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Uniting leaders in aquaculture

20.03.2019
On March 17, Nutreco Sustainability Director José Villalon and partners from Stockholm Resilience Centre, Cermaq and Thai Union updated the industry about SeaBOS at the Seafood Expo North America in Boston.

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FEED-X project panel meet in London

07.03.2019
High profile stakeholders in FEED-X, including WWF, IKEA and Skretting met in London today to discuss the outcomes of the category de-risking phase of the project. This process has identified criteria to guide the next phase – searching for the next big innovation to radically transform the global feed industry.

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Hendrix Genetics and Nutreco partner to deliver sustainable shrimp solutions in Ecuador

13.02.2019
Hendrix Genetics, in partnership with Nutreco and Ecuacultivos, will invest in Ecuador to establish a state-of-the-art shrimp hatchery. The hatchery will deliver high quality, high health Pacific whiteleg shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) post larvae to Ecuadorian farmers. 

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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.

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Learn more about aquaculture and aquafeeds

Safe, good quality protein is essential for the growing world population, and aquaculture has the potential to provide this. We have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions about aquaculture and aquaculture feeds to provide a better understanding of our industry and the measures we take to fulfil our mission -  'Feeding the Future'.

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Bridging the raw material gap

As the global population continues to grow, a 30 million tonne projected increase in aquaculture production means there will be a need for an additional 45 million tonnes of raw materials. So where will they come from? Read our series exploring the world of raw materials to learn more.

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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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