Protein

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China: Novel protein production method uses methanol from coal

By Jane Byrne

Scientists from the Tianjin Institute of Industrial Biotechnology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences Chinese have allegedly achieved a coal-to-protein breakthrough, boosting the cost-effectiveness, and environmental sustainability of feed.

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Five startups that captured our attention in 2023

By Jane Byrne

In 2023, the startup ecosystem faced persistent challenges due to economic uncertainties, anticipated interest rate increases, and the lingering effects of previous bank failures, as reported by EY.

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Canadian insect ingredient producer secures investment

By Jane Byrne

Eat & Beyond Global Holdings Inc, an investment company focused on the plant-based and alternative protein sector has completed the acquisition of 50% of the shares and 100% of outstanding capital warrants in Canadian BSFL producer, Goldbloom Enterprises...

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Ensuring the resilience of the EU feed sector

By Jane Byrne

Finding ways to support the greater uptake of circular and advanced feeding technologies in the EU livestock sector was one of the themes of the 30th FEFAC congress.

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BioMar and Agronutris partner on 'next generation' insect meal

By Jane Byrne

Danish aqua feed producer, BioMar, and France based biotech, Agronutris, have signed a long-term partnership to develop the 'next generation' of black soldier fly (BSF) derived protein, one that addresses the specific needs of the aquaculture...