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IFFO announces annual conference dates and agenda

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IFFO – the Marine Ingredients Organisation has announced the dates and a detailed agenda of speakers for its annual conference, which will this year be held in Lisbon, Portugal.

A scientist holding fishmeal.
The conference will explore the progress and challenges of the aquafeed ingredients industry

© IFFO/Karen Murray

IFFO – The Marine Ingredients Organisation, has announced that the 2024 edition of its annual conference will be held from the 21 to 23 October in Lisbon, Portugal. The event will be open to IFFO members and non-members alike and will discuss feed ingredient strategies for the future, supply and demand for marine ingredients, and the role which marine ingredients play in human health.

The event will play host to an exciting array of speakers, with presentations and panel discussions including appearances from industry experts, academics, and sector stakeholders. The conference will also provide a platform for discussions on specialist topics. Nofima's Antony Prabhu Philip will lead a salmon farming deep dive alongside Carl-Emil Kjølås Johannessen of Pareto Securities, whilst other discussions will cover topics such as human health requirements.

In addition to the wide array of presentations and discussions, the conference’s Market Forum will take a close look at the marine ingredient supply across Europe, West Africa, India, Chile and Peru, exploring the feed ingredients industry beyond fishmeal and fish oil.

IFFO’s director general Petter Martin Johannessen commented on the host of additional sessions available throughout the conference event. He stated in a press release, “Optional side events complement the programme, focussing on market access through certification, emerging EU regulations, and fisheries management’s role in improving food security.”

The full list of speakers, as well as the detailed agenda, can be found on the IFFO website. Registration for the event is available until 4 October.

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