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Sustainability in aquaculture

Skretting Vietnam presents scholarships to low-income children

From 16th July to 16th August, Skretting Vietnam presented nearly 1300 scholarships to children from low-income families in farming areas.

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Working together to combat the use of antibiotics in aquaculture

The Chilean salmon industry has long been criticised for its extensive use of antibiotics. Skretting initiated the Pincoy Project in 2016 to bring together industry partners from various stages in the Chilean salmon production chain to find a holistic solution.

About the project

It's not just what we aspire to do, it's what we do.

Skretting's focus on sustainable aquaculture is committed through our Nuterra programme, which is designed to live up to our responsibilities and ambitions over a period of several years as we work to fulfil our mission of “Feeding the Future”. The objectives are aligned with the long-term goals of our strategy as well as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Our sustainability programme

Committed to research and innovation

At Skretting’s Aquaculture Research Centre (ARC) curiosity is our passion. Our ultimate goal is to see the research we conduct implemented into innovative and sustainable solutions for the aquaculture industry.

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Feed-to-food quality and safety

Skretting has implemented dynamic quality assurance and control at every stage of our production. We do this to ensure feed and food safety, quality, and to preserve our leadership in the global aquafeed market.

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Latest news

Functional nutrition’s crucial role in helping aquaculture mitigate AMR development

28.08.2018
The World Health Organisation (WHO) cites antimicrobial resistance (AMR) as an increasingly serious threat to global public health. With the knowledge that the overuse of antibiotics in animal production contributes to AMR, Skretting advocates for a substantial reduction in farming’s reliance on antimicrobial drugs.

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Empowering small-scale tilapia farmers in Zambia

10.08.2018
Skretting continues its support for aquaculture growth in Africa with the latest community development project underway in Zambia set to improve the livelihoods of tilapia farmers. Forty five farmers are participating in the project of which 44% are women.

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Nutreco invests in ViAqua to combat disease in the shrimp market

05.07.2018
Nutreco has invested in Israeli startup ViAqua as part of its focus on combatting disease in the aquaculture industry. This is in line with our mission of "feeding the future", the ambition to contribute to producing enough nutritious and high-quality food for a growing population in a sustainable way. 

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