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Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CP Foods) unveils animal welfare innovations to create a model that promote humane principles for husbandry to grow naturally and safely as a key factor to produce healthy meat quality throughout the supply chain to ensure food security and sufficiency under a single standard for its businesses both in Thailand and overseas investment.
The Center for Aquaculture Technologies welcomes François Brenta as Vice President of Health and Nutrition and Klara Verbyla as Director of Breeding and Genomics and Associate Vice President of Genetics to accelerate strategic growth and expand the global footprint.
NEOGEN Corporation announced that they have partnered with the Center for Aquaculture Technologies (CAT) to deliver high-quality genotyping services customized to the unique needs of aquaculture producers.
Now in its 37th year, Alltech ONE Ideas Conference opened with exclusive access to insights from agri-food experts. The virtual conference attracted registrants from 99 countries.
Evonik and Qingdao Vland Biotech Group have developed product to improve water quality in aquaculture for shrimp. The companies are planning to launch the new product in China.
As part of developing insect-fed value chains in aquaculture, InnovaFeed and its partners have conducted in-depth research on the impact of including insect protein in salmonids feed on the end product quality and taste. Expertly trained taste testers have evaluated salmon/trout fillets in comparative trials. In research, no experts were able to organoleptically differentiate insect-fed salmon or trout from traditionally-fed counterparts.
OIE, together with its 182 members launches a new strategy to mobilize the international community and improve aquatic animal health and welfare worldwide.
Biovet announced that the patent of Alquernat Nebsui has been approved by the Industry and Commerce Superintendency of the Government of Colombia.
Scoular announced the name for its new sustainable and innovative barley-based protein source for aquaculture and pet food: Emerge™. Emerge, both traceable and non-GMO, is the only barley-based protein for feed customers.
Cargill started to produce AquaXcel®, a starter feed for promoting faster fry growth rate and increasing survival rate, in Serang plant, Indonesia.