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Right product at the right time at the right price – Skretting global procurement team now at full capacity

September 12, 2020
Individual feeds for aquaculture may contain up to 50 macro and micro ingredients to ensure the specific nutritional requirements are met. With over 1000 ingredients currently in the global portfolio, Skretting is pleased to announce that the global procurement team, headquartered in Stavanger,...
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State Government in India promotes biofloc tech to boost fish output

August 26, 2020
To provide employment to people during the pandemic period, the State Government has launched a new scheme for promoting intensive aquaculture through biofloc technology in fisheries, a Minister said. Written by: editorial / DailyPioneer.com Fisheries and Animal Resources Minister Arun...
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New marine heatwave early warning system for the Australian aquaculture industry

August 26, 2020
Australia's $3 billion fisheries and aquaculture industries will receive up to six months' warning of damaging marine heatwaves under a national forecasting system developed by the CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology. Written by: Mike Foley / watoday.com.au The sea surface...
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“For seaweed farmers in Zanzibar, a chance for real growth”, Global Aquaculture Alliance article

August 26, 2020
The Nature Conservancy initiative seeks gains for workers, who are predominantly women, and potential new markets for carrageenan-rich product Written by: Marie-Luise Antoni / Global Aquaculture Alliance Photograph: courtesy of The Nature Conservancy The women wade out at sunrise. Waist-deep...
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New study from Hohenheim University shares key recommendations to boost small-scale aquaculture in inland Myanmar

August 26, 2020
Small–scale aquaculture is a vital source of food and income in Myanmar. At present, it accounts for 20 percent of fish consumed, however, researchers believe with better practices it could contribute much more.   Written by: editorial / WorldFishCenter.org Photograph: WorldFish,...
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USDA and HeroX Launch Challenge to Protect the Natural Flavor of Catfish

August 26, 2020
HeroX, the social network for innovation and the world’s leading platform for crowdsourced solutions, today launched the crowdsourcing competition “Protecting the Natural Flavor of Catfish” that calls on the global community of solvers to offer cost-effective and innovative methods that prevent blue-green...
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Skretting announces AquaVision 2020

August 21, 2020
Organized by Skretting and parent company Nutreco since 1996, AquaVision brings together decision-makers from across the world. At this biennial aquaculture business conference, discussions focus on the challenges and opportunities facing the sector. Recent keynote speakers, including Kofi Annan, Sir...
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NOAA Fisheries Announces Marine Aquaculture Opportunity Areas

August 21, 2020
Recently the NOAA Fisheries announced the selection of federal waters off southern California and in the Gulf of Mexico as the areas of focused evaluation for the first two of ten Aquaculture Opportunity Areas in the United States. Establishing these...
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Government of Canada Launches Public Engagement on First-Ever Aquaculture Act

August 21, 2020
Sustainable aquaculture is a cornerstone of Canada's fish and seafood sector, playing an important role in the country's food security and helping drive economic growth, particularly in rural, coastal, and Indigenous communities. Information source: Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) Canada / Press release...
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