The analysts forecast the global Pea Protein Processing Equipment Market to grow at a CAGR of 7.9% during the period 2019-2025.More...
There has been plenty of buzz about single cell proteins for use in animal feed over the past few weeks. FeedNavigator trains its spotlight on the trend.
This month saw Danish company, Unibio, claiming that non-land-based and non-fish-stock-based single cell proteins will become the animal feed protein source of the future.
It made that prediction when announcing backing for a new research project on its SCP product to the tune of €1.3m from the Green Development and Demonstration Program, a funding initiative under the Danish Ministry for Food, Fisheries, Equal Opportunities and Nordic Cooperation.
Protelux has completed the construction of a 6,000 ton per year methane to feed protein plant in Russia, based on technology from Danish company, Unibio. The parties said they are currently testing the plant, located in Ivangorod in the Leningrad region. They expect to commission it by late 2018. Four fermenters encompassing natural gas absorbing methanotrophic bacteria have been constructed as part the Ivangorod facility. These bacteria serve as the source of protein for the manufacturing process.
The demand for protein is expected to grow 70% over the next 30 years as the global population increases significantly. With an eye to complementing its focus on animal protein, Cargill announced today it will invest in Aleph Farms, a cultured meat company focused on growing complex meat varieties like steak.More...
Russia aims to increase its fishmeal production, which will support its aquaculture industry growth, according to Ilya Shestakov, the country's deputy minister of agriculture and fishing agency head.More...
Fishmeal & Fish Oil market research report covers the current circumstance and the advance expectations of the Fishmeal & Fish Oil industry for years 2018-2023. The global Fishmeal & Fish Oil market represented USD 9.49 Billion in 2017 and will anticipate around USD 15.50 Billion by 2023 projected around CAGR of 8.53% amid forecast frame of 2018 to 2023. The business report contains Fishmeal & Fish Oil information for the notable year 2016, the base year of computation is 2017.
I have mixed feelings about Orthodox Easter, primarily because I feel deeply silly having to repeat, "Verily, he is risen," every time someone greets me with the traditional, "Christ is risen!" I once opened the door on Easter Sunday to some guys collecting a carpet to be cleaned and we had to go through all of that. I was terrified I would have to kiss each of them three times.More...
• Global fishmeal & fish oil market projected to grow at a CAGR of 8.50%.
• The global fishmeal & fish oil market is projected to reach a value of USD 14.28 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 8.50% from 2017.
• The market is driven by factors such as growing trend in fishmeal & fish oil trade and the increasing global demand for quality fish.
• Aquatic animals segment is projected to be the fastest-growing segment in the fishmeal & fish oil market.
• Pharmaceuticals segment led the market with the largest share in 2016.
Fishmeal prices have softened and look like they are going to stay at that level for the mid-term, a trend that could weigh heavily on the fortunes of many an alternative protein business targeting the aquaculture sector, says an analyst.More...
The first batch of FeedKind fishmeal replacement to be produced at Calysta's new production plant on Teesside is now commercially available for feed manufacturers. Four tonnes of FeedKind are now up for grabs in order to support market development in the European Union, the United States, Japan, Southeast Asia, China, and Australia. The microbial protein is produced via a continuous fermentation process of a natural microorganism, using the world's only commercially-validated gas fermentation process. The Teesside plant has met its design parameters, including key commercial metrics such as yield and productivity. The facility has successfully maintained a continuous fermentation for eight weeks, which yielded the first batch.More...