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Alpha Aqua has a new CEO

Christoffer Møller Kristensen was the current CFO Alpha Aqua A/S has appointed Christoffer Møller Kristensen as his new chief executive officer. He has been the company's CFO for almost two years. Previously, Møller was director of controlling & BI at Norlys, Denmark's largest integrated energy and telecommunications group. "It is with great pleasure I can…

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Green Plains partners Riverence to expand aquafeed production in Idaho

Green Plains has announced a partnership with the Riverence Group to expand aquafeed production in Idaho, USA. The venture will produce trout and salmon feeds for the Riverence Group, utilizing wholesome, sustainable ingredients. This includes the 60%+ fermented protein product, announced after the success of the development trial at Green Plains Wood River. Firstly, Green…

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Decrease of antibiotics and feed ingredients improvement, highlights of Global Salmon Initiative’s annual report

GSI has published its ninth annual sustainability report The Global Salmon Initiative (GSI) has published its ninth annual sustainability report which highlights a 48% decrease in the average use of antibiotics since 2013 and an eco-efficiency of feed ingredients improvement. Along this, it accounts 23.000 more individualls dedicated to sustainable salmon farming. In more detail,…

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GSA partners Envisible to visualize non-identifiable aquaculture data throughout supply chains

This initiative is part of Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) and Best Seafood Practices (BSP) programs The Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) has partnered with Envisible to visualize non-identifiable data shared from stakeholders throughout certified supply chains. Thereby, GSA’s operations will be digitized in a multi-year partnership. This will leverage supply chain information for Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) and Best Seafood Practices…

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Australian Government to invest in world’s largest indoor bio-secure aquaculture facility

MainStream Aquaculture and Opal welcomed the Australian Government’s announcement of $30 million to develop the world’s largest indoor bio-secure aquaculture facility. The aim is to grow and process sustainable Australian barramundi, in the Latrobe Valley, Victoria. Now that they have government confirmation funding support, both companies will move into the final development pathway. This will…

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Nueva Pescanova and Kimitec cooperate to improve the quality and habitat of aquaculture species

The Nueva Pescanova Group has reached an agreement with MAAVi, Kimitec's new R&D facilities, to continue obtaining organic and healthy products. This will improve the quality of species and their habitat in aquaculture. Firstly, they will investigate the development of natural probiotics to upgrade animals' immune systems, showing passive protection. In addition, there will be…

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