Single cell protein innovator, Deep Branch, is collaborating with the National Power Company of Iceland, Landsvirkjun, to assess the feasibility of building its first commercial-scale plant in Iceland.
Through its SeaFurther program, Cargill’s aqua nutrition business has identified ‘hot spots’ where salmon and trout companies can immediately improve their operations, to help reduce carbon emissions, one being feed formulation.
Specialty chemical company, BASF, reports a renewed focus on agricultural innovation aimed at supporting food security for future generations, while minimizing the impact of farming on the climate and the environment.
Arbiom has received a grant of €12m (US$13.2m) from the France Relance investment program. The French-US company is focused on the production of proteins for feed and food applications, based on the use of agricultural and wood residues.
Bühler says innovative services it introduced in 2021 in relation to pelleting and moisture control for feed millers reduces the energy consumption of the feed pelleting process and lowers the C02 footprint of feed plants by 4%.
Impact investors including European Circular Bioeconomy Fund (ECBF), BNP Paribas, the Prince Albert II Foundation and The Good Investors have participated in a funding initiative for Protix valued at €50m (US$57.1m)
Chemicals and ingredients distribution company, Brenntag, is expanding its site in Kędzierzyn-Koźle, Poland, investing in production efficiency, capacity and capabilities aimed at widening its customer base in the animal nutrition and pet food industries....
The F3 challenge, carnivore edition, will award a total of $300K in prizes for most ‘fish-free feed’ sales. The idea is for the aquaculture industry to replace fishmeal and fish oil in feeds for farm-raised carnivorous species.