The production of soybeans increased from 31,000 tonnes in 2022 to 50,000 tonnes in 2023, with increased opportunities for exports to the EU.
The industrial compound feed production within the EU27 is expected to undergo a further reduction in 2023, with an estimated decline of nearly 2.4 million tons.
Enorm Biofactory’s new facility is located in Eastern Jutland covering 22,000 square meters and is set to produce over 10,000 tons of insect meal per year.
According to Donau Soja Market Report, one-third more soy was harvested in the EU in the same cultivation area.
Tarjei Eide will take over as the head of Cargill Aqua Nutrition’s North Sea & Canada business and will replace Fredrik Witte who made the decision to leave Cargill.
With the new pilot plant located in Portugal, the next phase will be the commercial launch of its first product in early 2024.
Funding of EUR 1 billion was made available over a period of seven years but the overall EU production has flatlined, according to a report.
Thirty-five percent of the soybeans sourced and processed by European vegetable oil and protein meal companies members of FEDIOL were verified or certified responsible.
Legume Generation aims to reduce the European protein deficit by boosting plant breeding to make legumes more productive and profitable for European farmers.
The company acquired 83.5% of Galaxidi Marine Farm, one of the largest Greek aquaculture companies.
Its Malaysian subsidiary is officially granted with TRACES approval, opening doors for the European markets.
The expansion will allow an increased capacity to run trials and better flexibility to adapt aquafeeds to changing conditions such as raw material prices and customer requests, among others.
Bioflytech has developed a technology to manufacture tailor-made insect meal with specific percentages of protein and fats according to the customer's demands.
Founded in 1963, the trade association is the united voice of the specialty feed ingredients business in Europe with currently 94 member companies.
EUMOFA has released a new report to provide an overview of the fishmeal and fish oil sectors derived from forage fisheries in the European Union.
Honorary Life Membership of EAS is an award given to those who have made a significant impact on the development of European aquaculture.
The report points to 40% of soybean meal equivalent of total European soy consumption to be sourced according to the FEFAC Soy Sourcing Guidelines and 24% certified deforestation-free soy.
According to a survey that will be presented at Aquaculture Europe in September, 69.3% of people admitted to being willing to pay more for fish enriched with this nutrient.
Sixty-eight percent of UK consumers are willing to buy salmon fed with SylPro® and find it as tasty as salmon fed with a standard diet.
Veramaris’ partnership with Manolin revealed the meaningful benefits of higher dietary EPA and DHA levels on biological performance and harvest quality.