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The latest fish and shrimp feed research, innovations and product news from Skretting.

 

Bridging the raw material gap - how Skretting is working to meet aquaculture's 2050 challenge

08.10.2018
Skretting will be exploring the world of raw materials in an online series, deepening on a selection of our ongoing activities in this arena while exploring novel ingredients and some of our most important partnerships.

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Skretting Aquaculuture Research Centre RAS facilities set to accelerate knowledge and support growth

01.10.2018
To enable researchers to conduct precise experiments on its latest closed system feed formulations in strict, closely monitored environmental conditions, Skretting recently expanded its Lerang Research Station in Stavanger, Norway, to include a state-of-the-art recirculation hall. 

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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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Skretting Ecuador teams with shrimp farmers to deliver maximum profit

29.06.2018
Skretting Ecuador has a long-term commitment to enabling the country’s shrimp industry to sustainably increase its production while also reducing its exposure to risk. To empower farmers and reduce farming costs, Skretting Ecuador has launched Skretting 360+, a concept proven to significantly boost farm profitability.

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