The future of fish feed

    Numerous companies are investing in farmed seaweed processes as a source of food and fiber, both for aquaculture and human consumption.

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    One of the biggest trends right now in aquaculture is to achieve more sustainable and health-beneficial alternatives to feed than fish meal and fish oil. Consequently, this will improve the welfare of farmed fish.

    Aquaculture companies and other agents are investigating and incorporating potential alternative ingredients. Such as soy, cottonseed, coconut, palm kernel, olive oil, insects, and algae among others. The fact that fish oil prices are rising and technology to produce other ingredients is improving, this new trend is progressing satisfactorily.

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