As the aquaculture sector seeks alternatives to fishmeal, Aker BioMarine says its latest peer-reviewed study supports the replacement of up to 7.5% fishmeal with krill meal in sea bass diets whilst improving growth performance, feed utilization and liver...
Evonik says it has enhanced its near-infrared spectroscopy (NIR) services to the feed industry through implementation of the ISO 12099 standard for updated and expanded calibrations for feed raw materials and feed.
As part of its sustainability strategy, Aker BioMarine has committed to reduce CO2 emissions per ton of krill produced by 50% by 2030 and the krill feed producer wants to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The prize money for the F3 challenge, the carnivore edition, has been increased to US$300K. The sales competition is designed to accelerate the development and adoption of fishmeal and fish oil substitutes in feeds.
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.