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Aller Aqua has acquired Europe’s leading producer of smoked trout fillets, Danforel. Aller Aqua Group A/S will take over the entire share capital in the company Danforel. The Danish feed group will take over the entire share capital.

Through a press release, CEO Hans Erik Bylling said: “From Aller Aqua’s side, we look forward to the new close collaboration between the companies. It will give both companies better opportunities to optimize fish farming, processing, and marketing in the future.”

CEO Hans Erik Bylling – Aller Aqua
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“Very soon we will begin new investments in expanded fry facilities, as well as optimization in the production. In addition, we want to ensure the optimum utilization of the whole fish,” he added.

Thereby, Danforel will try to continue to be the best procurer of fish produced in Danish aquaculture farms.

About Aller Aqua

Aller Aqua produces fish feed for freshwater and saltwater aquaculture. It has produced fish feed for more than 50 years and is a family-owned company. Today Aller Aqua has factories in Denmark, Poland, Germany, Egypt, China, Zambia, and Serbia.

The company exports products to more than 70 countries worldwide. It offers a broad and professional product range, consisting of feed for 30 species of fish. Its professional development- and research center in Germany, Aller Aqua Research, consistently works on optimizing, developing, and documenting the effect of its products.

Its feeds contain adequate levels of digestible amino acids meeting optimal growth requirements of fish and adequate levels of minerals/vitamins supporting vitality, reproduction, and growth.

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