Cooperation agreement will supply fish feed at nearly half the environmental footprint
June 19, 2019
BioMar and Minze Long Yang Xia, the largest trout farmer in China, have signed a cooperation agreement to supply high-performance fish feed with almost half the environmental footprint compared with local Chinese feed.
Moscow, Idaho, may be more than 300 miles from the nearest ocean, but this is where the Aquaculture Research Institute aims to develop sustainable aquafeed and find a means to make aquaculture profitable in the U.S.
NSF International, a global public health and safety organization, has moved its seafood services program from Seattle to the Port of Everett in Everett, Wash. The new location is centrally located between Seattle and the Canadian border, allowing for more convenient access for both U.S. and Canadian seafood industries.
Three men who pleaded guilty this year in connection with a scheme to defraud the EU and Welsh governments while promising “to make Wales a world leader in the aquaculture industry” have been sentenced.
Five countries produce one-third of the bony fish consumed by the world population; none of these five can lay claim to the most productive marine environments. But government policy, according to a new study, prevents aquaculture from expanding into more productive countries, including the U.S.
With the view to reducing feed costs for tilapia production and the country’s reliance on imported protein feed ingredients, French-based biotechnology company, Cycle Farms, has launched its first facility for the production of insect meal in the West African country.
Thailand-based Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF) has attributed its recently announced expansion in Vietnam to the expected benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and CP Group’s long-time chairman has resigned.