The second half of 2023 could be “the most challenging period for global aquaculture since the peak of the pandemic in 2020”, while for the shrimp sector it could be the toughest period since the outbreak of EMS in 2011.
Standardisation of data, collaboration and assurances are essential to ensure that seafood, including the marine ingredients that are used in aquafeeds, are more transparent, traceable and sustainably sourced.
Two months after its last report on the global animal protein production sector, Rabobank’s Gorjan Nikolik offers The Fish Site some revised thoughts on the recent performance of the fishmeal, salmon and shrimp sectors as well as some insights into their outlo…
A new report by the Dutch-based Changing Markets Foundation claims that retailers, including top UK supermarkets, are linked to “illegal, unsustainable fishing operations in India, Vietnam and The Gambia”.
Despite struggling to achieve bulk production volumes and compete with global commodities such as fishmeal and soy, opportunities for alternative protein producers in aquafeed sector are only going to grow in the coming years.