Who let the dogs out?
Our second most popular story last month was about Cargill announcing that it had secured an agreement with White Dog Labs (WDL) to gain access to its single cell protein ingredient.
Kazin told FeedNavigator. “Our collaboration with WDL improves the diversification of our portfolio."
The initial interest is in using ProTyton in diets for salmon and trout.
“Cargill has done chemical composition tests and fish trials on the material originating from WDL pilot facility. The tested material holds promise as an additional tool in feeding salmon," added Kazin.
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