Evonik targets shrimp sector with new methionine source

Evonik targets shrimp sector with new methionine source


A new feed additive aimed at the aquaculture industry is said to boost the sustainability of the sector through enabling better feed conversion, less excretion of nitrogen and improved water quality.

A study examining various food-related sectors shows achievements and room for improvement in food waste diversion.

Food companies need to watch their waste

By Jenni Spinner

A study conducted by a group of food industry associations shows that food manufacturers, retailers and foodservice operations have numerous opportunities to cut waste.

Cellana developed its technology at its demonstration facility on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Algae producer Cellana nears full scale production phase

By Hank Schultz

Another company developing algal ingredients is set to make a splash in the market.  San Diego-based Cellana has finished its development phase and is close to entering full scale production, according to company officials.

UK starch byproducts project underway

UK starch byproducts project underway

By Rod Addy

Europe's largest byproducts company Soltens is working with UK frozen food firm Lamb Weston on a project to divert potato co-products from waste to other uses.

Wilmar secures IP rights to grow China’s rice bran production

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Wilmar secures IP rights to grow China’s rice bran production

By RJ Whitehead

Wilmar and RiceBran Technologies have announced a series of licencing tie-ins to develop rice bran and its derivatives in China. The venture will seek to develop the human food ingredient and animal nutrition markets in the country.

Wheat use in feed still set to strain bakers and snack makers...

Commodity chats: With Rabobank

Wheat worries: Feed use could squeeze bakers

By Kacey Culliney

Use of wheat for feed should be lower than last year but will remain high and this could put more pressure on already tight supplies for the bakery and snacks industry, an analyst says.

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