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Skretting adds cutting edge technologies to R&D facilities

11.11.2020
Skretting's new facility, called The Bubble, will accelerate technological innovation at Skretting Aquaculture Research Centre (ARC), supported by a dedicated team of expert scientists

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New marine broodstock diet from Skretting responding to hatchery needs

04.11.2020
Launching globally in the coming months, Vitalis PRIMA is a new marine broodstock diet from Skretting that supports the health of parent fish and young fry, thereby improving the performance of hatchery systems globally. 

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Pincoy Project launches good practice manual

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.

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Skretting launches new growth model for barramundi

09.10.2020
The farming of barramundi has escalated substantially over the course of the last decade. Skretting anticipates that the production of barramundi will continue on this strong growth trend, and is committed to supporting its customers through precision services and premium feed solutions.

 

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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.

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Skretting to test NovoNutrients novel protein ingredients

16.09.2020
The protein behind the protein™ NovoNutrients is fast tracked in Skretting’s global search for sustainable innovations to solve major nutrition challenges. NovoNutrients, a Silicon Valley based innovator making protein through carbon capture and utilisation, has been selected to test at Skretting’s Aquaculture Research Centre facilities, bringing ever closer their shared objective of removing barriers to sustainably fed, affordable food by 2025.

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