Using technology that is based upon our latest understanding of essential micronutrients and how they interact with fish and shrimp, MicroBalance allows us to replace one feed raw material with another without impacting performance, welfare or end-product quality.
Crucially, this innovation, which is the result of several years' research conducted by the Skretting Aquaculture Research Centre (ARC), enables us to produce feeds with much lower fishmeal content across several major species.
At a time when raw material prices are highly volatile, the raw material flexibility of MicroBalance presents a major advantage over traditional aquafeeds. It reduces the aquaculture industry's dependence on raw materials that become too expensive by replacing them with less costly alternatives that maintain the same nutritional values. This unprecedented raw material flexibility ensures we supply aquaculture diets that are both more economically viable and sustainable.