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09/06/2021 Products

Introducing AquaCare Mineral Balance: safeguarding water quality for aquaculture productivity

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02/06/2021 Sustainability

Accelerating the sustainable growth of aquaculture: concrete targets underpin Skretting’s sustainability strategy

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24/05/2021 Investments

Skretting Australia to expand production capacity in Tasmania

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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.

Skretting Sustainability Project

30/06/2021

Metro, Hatko Aquaculture and Skretting partner to deliver more sustainable, tastier and healthy fish to Turkish consumers

In a landmark move, retailer Metro Turkey has partnered with Skretting Turkey and leading local fish producer Hatko Aquaculture to present Turkish consumers with sea bass and sea bream farmed under optimal conditions and fed a diet containing algal oil, delivering more omega-3 while reducing the use of wild fish in feed.

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02/06/2021

Accelerating the sustainable growth of aquaculture: concrete targets underpin Skretting’s sustainability strategy

Published today, Skretting’s Sustainability Report 2020 identifies some of the key initiatives undertaken to ensure that fish and shrimp producers can increasingly contribute to global food and nutritional security.

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11/03/2021

Nutreco sets out bold new strategy to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 2030

Nutreco today announces the rollout of its sustainability strategy through to the end of 2025. This five-year strategy, called RoadMap 2025, includes Nutreco's commitment to the Science Based Target initiative, which commits to review, accept and publish Nutreco’s reduction targets in the first quarter of 2021.

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