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Organic accreditation for novel feed protein

By Jane Byrne

Methane gas to feed protein producer, Calysta, says its protein product, branded as FeedKind, has been approved for use as an ingredient in organic systems for feed by Organic Farmers & Growers (OF&G), the UK organic certification control body.

BioMar has invested $53m in a new line at its Karmøy facility in Norway; it has expanded production capacity by 140,000 metric tons  © BioMar

BioMar: Norwegian production expansion comes on stream

By Lynda Searby

Danish fish feed producer BioMar has expanded production capacity by 140,000 metric tons at its Karmøy facility in Norway and invested in a “new generation” LNG vessel to transport feed from the factory.

Danes producing fishmeal substitute

Danes producing fishmeal substitute

By Jane Byrne

Danish biotech company, UniBio, said it has officially entered the commercial phase in the development of its methane gas derived protein alternative to fishmeal and soy.

FeedKind protein has minimal land use and water requirements compared to many terrestrial based fish feed ingredients, says The Carbon Trust. Image © Calysta

Special Edition: Environmentally friendly feed sector initiatives

Carbon Trust runs the numbers on Calysta's gas to feed protein

By Jane Byrne

The sustainability profile of Calysta’s methane gas to feed protein, FeedKind, could be bumped up if its production involved the use of biogas, but its land and water resource saving metrics are solid, finds a report from UK agency, the Carbon Trust.

BASF raises price of formic acid

BASF raises price of formic acid

By Jane Byrne

BASF announced this week that it is raising prices for Formic Acid 85% by €40 per MT ($45 per MT) in Europe.

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