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Aker BioMarine drives initiative to increase the proportion of krill and other raw materials currently used in fish feed formulas

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date December 2, 2022
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Aker BioMarine, in partnership with LetSea and Nofima, submitted its application to the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries to conduct research within salmon farming and aquafeed. The goal is to increase the share of krill and other raw materials used in fish feed formulations today, and shed light on new opportunities within the ingredients, aquafeed, and aquaculture industry. By applying for...

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Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods has become the largest importer of Fair-Trade Certified shrimp in the U.S.

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date December 2, 2022
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Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods (COSFF) has become the largest importer of Fair-Trade Certified shrimp in the United States (U.S.), after announce an exclusive initiative with two of its global shrimp suppliers, Thai Union Frozen PCL and Avanti Frozen Foods. This is not only the first fair-trade seafood or shrimp certification in India, but also the first certification of...

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Garware presents the Sapphire X18 wolf net, its new development for predator protection

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date November 25, 2022
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The company Garware recently presented in Chile a new development aimed at protection against predators, the Sapphire X18 wolf net, a rigid net for vertical drop design. According to the company, this new technology stands out for being a highly rigid sea lion net, ideal for straight drop design, suitable for places with abundant sea lion attacks and with great...

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OTAQ recently presented interim results for the last six months, in which it recorded a year-on-year increase in profits of more than 25%

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date November 25, 2022
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Ocean Technology Group (OTAQ), the technology innovation entity targeting the aquaculture, geotracking and offshore market announced unaudited interim results for the six months ended September 30, 2022. Among its financial highlights, the company reported a year-on-year increase in profits of more than 25%, achieved on the back of increased revenues. The company has released unaudited interim results, which show revenue...

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Industry Day, the event that will close the 2022 edition of the International Symposium on Genetics in Aquaculture in Puerto Varas

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date November 19, 2022
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On its closing day, the ISGA 2022 Awards will be presented and the next venue of the international event will be announced. The Industry Day will be the closing journey of the XIV International Symposium on Genetics in Aquaculture (ISGA 2022), which will take place in the city of Puerto Varas, Chile, between November 27 and December 2. Its protagonists...

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Aker BioMarine signs 18 strategic partnership agreements at China International Import Expo

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date November 19, 2022
Views 29 Views
The Norwegian company presented PL+, a groundbreaking technology platform utilizing the potential of phospholipids from krill oil Some days ago, the Lysaker (Norway) based company Aker BioMarine was in Shanghai at China International Import Expo (CIIE), that was held from last November 5 to 10, exhibiting its Antarctic krill-based products for human health & nutrition, aqua, and pets. This was...

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Atarraya announces collaboration with BiomEdit to investigate new approaches to shrimp aquaculture production through enhanced microbial ecosystems

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date November 11, 2022
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Atarraya, the company behind Shrimpbox, the first plug-and-play sustainable shrimp farming technology, and BiomEdit, a microbiome innovator focused on animal health, announced a collaboration agreement a few days ago to investigate microbial changes to improve the sustainability and production associated with shrimp farming. Ultimately, the goal is to significantly improve the profitability of sustainable shrimp aquaculture, as feed is responsible...

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Stelios Leontios bring his 30 years of experience in the aquaculture market to Mediterranean company Aquatrade

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date November 11, 2022
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Aquatrade, the Mediterranean company specialized in designing to custom solutions and equipment for aquaculture, announced some days ago that Stelios Leontios is joining the team as their new Customer Value Director. He will bring, they said, his experience in Strategic and Commercial matters to Aquatrade. “Together the objective is to add value to the aquaculture end-product of tomorrow,” they assured....

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Cargill will create a joint venture to increase production capacity in Ecuador’s shrimp feed market

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date November 4, 2022
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The international company Cargill and Naturisa, its partner in Ecuador, have reached an agreement with Skyvest EC Holding to create a new joint venture that will serve Ecuadorian shrimp farmers’ increasing demand for high-quality shrimp feed. Through this union, Cargill will expand its shrimp-feed production capabilities to own and operate the shrimp-feed production facility currently owned by Skyvest subsidiary Empacadora...

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New Zealand’s Mount Cook Alpine Salmon to build the country’s first land-based salmon farm

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date November 4, 2022
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The New Zealand company Mount Cook Alpine Salmon will be the first in its country to build a land-based salmon farm. The project has just been launched in Twizel (Canterbury), in the presence of the chairman of the board of directors, Bill English, and the Minister for Oceans and Fisheries, David Parker. The fish farm will cost NZD 16.7 million...

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New study reveal krill improves larvae seabream survival

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date October 28, 2022
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According to a new study, by supplementing with 7% of krill phospholipids in a seabream diet, larvae exhibited enhanced growth and survival, along with significantly less lipid (or fat) deposits in the intestine and liver, as compared to fish consuming the soybean lecithin diet. The experimental diets used in the study contained increasing phospholipid contents (from 7 to 9%) derived...

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Seminar series broadcast health risks associated with nanoparticles in Atlantic aquaculture

Author Editorial Staff By Editorial Staff
Date October 28, 2022
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Last October 24 started a series of seminars that broadcasted findings from a world-leading academic study assessing potential health risks associated with nanoparticles found within the Atlantic aquaculture industry. The ground-breaking NanoCulture Project has been funded by the Interreg Atlantic Area, via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The NanoCulture project has brought together world leading aquaculture professionals, analytical chemists,...