Aquaculture

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Grieg Seafood puts pressure on Cargill to address deforestation

By Jane Byrne

Grieg Seafood says it has excluded Cargill Aqua Nutrition from the proceeds of its NOK 1 billion (US$105m) green bond, which was issued last month, until its parent company, Cargill, has significantly reduced its soy-related deforestation risk in Brazil.

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Danish fishmeal producer sees layoffs

By Jane Byrne

Danish fishmeal and fish oil producer, FF Skagen, says increased competition and smaller quotas mean the company has to trim its fishmeal department.

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Krill meal maker’s private share sale ‘oversubscribed’

By Jane Byrne

Krill products producer, Aker BioMarine, is looking to raise 2.15 billion Norwegian crowns (US$225m) in a private share sale valuing it at 8 billion crowns, followed by a listing of the company’s stock on Norway’s Merkur Market.

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BioMar sustainability journey: Striving for aquaculture without guilt

By Jane Byrne

This week saw Danish fish feed group, BioMar, release its sustainability report for 2019, highlighting its high use of trimmings and novel ingredients has enabled it to achieve a five-year average of 1:1 or below Forage Fish Dependency Ratio for its raw...

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Bühler helping French insect feed company to scale up

By Jane Byrne

French insect feed producer, Agronutris, has bolstered its strategic partnership with Bühler in its bid to get to commercial-scale production. Its first industrial plant is scheduled to be up and running in the last quarter of 2021.

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