Calysta has received official approval from China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA) for the utilization of its single-cell protein (SCP) product, FeedKind, in aquaculture feeds for fish and shrimp in China.
The second half of 2023 is expected to be the most challenging period for global aquaculture since the peak of the pandemic in 2020 as factors such as demand softening and El Niño are driving fishmeal prices higher, finds a global aquaculture update from...
Reading, UK-based Ocean Harvest Technology (OHT) recently issued a positive trading update for the six months ending June 30, 2023, saying investment in sales and marketing delivered a 65% year-on year increase in product revenue to about €1.6m (US$2.05m).
The aquaculture industry’s progress on sustainability relies on diversifying the types of ingredients it uses in its feed formulations but the drive to extend the raw material basket with novel inputs such as insect meals, single cell proteins and algal...
After successfully closing a €8.5m (US$9.3m) Series A financing round last September, led by Astanor Ventures, FoodLabs, Happiness Capital and Faber, alt protein producer, MicroHarvest, has raised €1.5m from new investment partner Simon Capital.
The prevalence of infectious diseases in the aquaculture industry requires a multi-pronged approach to control; the experts agree there is no one silver bullet in terms of managing health and welfare in fish and shrimp farming.
Skretting, a division of Dutch group Nutreco, has inaugurated a new high-end production facility for shrimp and fish feed in Mangrol, Surat. It allows the feed manufacturer to further enhance its support for the Indian aquaculture sector.
Shrimp processor, Klaas Puul, has teamed up with feed producer, Skretting, insect protein supplier, Protix, and algal oil producer, Veramaris, to supply supermarkets across Europe with shrimp fed feed with a lower marine ingredient inclusion.
The F3 challenge, carnivore edition, will award a total of $300K in prizes for most ‘fish-free feed’ sales. The idea is for the aquaculture industry to replace fishmeal and fish oil in feeds for farm-raised carnivorous species.
Evonik and the Qingdao Vland Biotech Group are launching a product they jointly developed to improve water quality in aquaculture. It is tailored primarily to the requirements of shrimp farming in ponds.
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.
We report, in snippet format, on news developments this week, from a new DSM premix site in China, to the new extrusion line at BioMar’s Ecuador facility getting the green light, and single cell protein producer, iCell inking a deal with a US engineering...
Delacon is looking to bring along a full phytogenic solution to aquaculture practices. It is entering the sector with a premixture, branded as Syrena Boost, that, it says, targets gut performance and productivity.
We take a trawl through the archives but only as far back as last month to see what were the stories that gained the most traction with the audience. Again, Cargill related developments proved to be of interest to readers, and the click to open rate was...