The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), earlier this month, announced that it reached a US$40,294 settlement with agribusiness giant, Cargill Inc, regarding its Vermont facility that produces animal feed.
A new project is looking to provide scientific support for accurate measurement of US dairy’s GHG footprint in relation to feed production and also set the stage for new market opportunities related to carbon, water quality and soil health.
Two Norwegian salmon companies – Bremnes Seashore and Nordlaks - have eliminated all links to deforestation throughout their soy supply chains, according to new market mapping conducted by Rainforest Foundation Norway (RFN).
The umbrella group of the EU insect production sector - the International Platform of Insects for Food and Feed (IPIFF) - has welcomed the ENVI Committee’s vote backing the authorization of PAPs such as insect derived protein in poultry and pig feed.
The AIC, the UK feed industry representatives, says some of its members are still encountering trade challenges as a result of the Trade and Co-Operation Agreement (TCA) between the UK and EU, which came into force on January 1, 2021.
DSM has just released a new service, Sustell, developed in collaboration with consultants, Blonk, that it says provides analysis and results of environmental impact assessments, interventions and improvements throughout the animal protein value chain.
A Norwegian poultry producer, working with a leading local feed company, has moved to exclude Brazilian soy from its supply chain, relying on a new soy-free feed formulation for its annual broiler production which covers 650,000 birds.