All news articles for February 2021

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AB Agri set to build UK’s biggest pig and poultry feed mill

By Jane Byrne

As part of its strategy for growth, ABN has unveiled its plan to build what will be the UK’s biggest, state-of-the-art, feed mill in the East of England, capable of producing 1m tons of pig and poultry feed on an annual basis.

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Noack deal sees Barentz expand into Central Europe

By Jane Byrne

Barentz International, a global ingredients distributor, has expanded its activities in the Central European region through the acquisition of a majority stake in the Noack Group, a distributor of specialized feed additives for the animal nutrition and...

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Demand for insect protein could hit 500,000 tons by 2030

By Jane Byrne

The demand for insect protein, mainly as an ingredient in feed and pet food, could reach half a million metric tons by 2030, up from today’s market of around 10,000 metric tons, predict the authors of a new RaboResearch report.

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CP Foods to partner with Thai university on insect protein development

By Jane Byrne

Charoen Pokphand Foods (CP Foods) has expressed ‘keen interest’ in insect protein, indicating many years of research in that field, and announcing it has signed an agreement with Thailand’s Chiang Mai University to develop Black Soldier Fly (BSF) derived...

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French plant extracts firm in US distribution deal

By Jane Byrne

French botanicals producer, Nor-Feed, has established a distribution partnership with New York headquartered animal health company, Natural Biologics, aimed at improved access to its plant extracts for existing and new US customers.

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