14.10.2020 On October 20, through a free webinar open to all audiences, the collaborative initiative led by AquaGen, Blumar, Camanchaca, Centrovet, Cermaq, Pharmaq and Skretting; will launch a good practice manual available to all the industry.
Skretting launches new growth model for barramundi
09.10.2020 The farming of barramundi – also widely known as Asian seabass – has escalated substantially over the course of the last decade, with the fish becoming a very important marine aquaculture species throughout the Asia Pacific region. Skretting anticipates that the production of barramundi, which is increasingly being regarded as “the white salmon” due to its premium potential in the marketplace, will continue on this strong growth trend, and is committed to supporting its customers through precision services and premium feed solutions.
Feed4Future carbon neutral offering now available for Skretting customers
21.09.2020 With food production accounting for around a quarter of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, carbon footprint reduction is one of the most effective ways that supply chains can address the climate change challenge. Recognising the considerable opportunity to minimise the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions generated by the aquaculture feed production process and the fish farming sector, Skretting Italy has launched the new carbon neutral feed concept Feed4Future.
Skretting's Sustainability Report for 2019 showcases strategies that the world’s leading aquaculture feed company has undertaken over the last year to develop and support sustainable fish and shrimp production. These actions were directly aligned with Skretting’s overriding sustainability vision to use its unique position in the value chain to help provide greater food and nutritional security for the 9 billion people that will be populating the planet by 2050.
In these uncertain times, many of us are working from home, sometimes together with our kids. It can be hard to keep them busy! The Skretting colouring book is made up of lovely illustrations by artist Tom Berry, and is ready for colouring in! Download, print, and add your own colours to bring them to life. We hope this offers some small respite to parents around the world!
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.
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.
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.