Arbiom is committed to enabling the safe and sustainable growth of aquaculture and animal protein production as a leading alternative protein production platform. The company is partnering with aquaculture feed producers and forest products companies to bridge the wood-to-food chain, bringing new protein source to market at commercial-scale.[button color=”accent-color” hover_text_color_override=”#fff” size=”medium” url=”https://issuu.com/aquafeed.com/docs/aquafeed_vol_11_issue_3_2019″ text=”Read More” color_override=””]
There has been plenty of buzz about single cell proteins for use in animal feed over the past weeks. FeedNavigator trains its spotlight on the trend in recent article, including Arbiom in the landscape of the future of food.[button color=”accent-color” hover_text_color_override=”#fff” size=”medium” url=”https://www.feednavigator.com/Article/2019/07/17/Alternative-feed-protein-production-is-taking-off” text=”Read More” color_override=””]
As the winner of its 2018 feed tech challenge is announced, Viggo Halseth, chief innovation officer at Nutreco, gives us his perspective on the victor.
Dutch feed group, Nutreco, has taken a 25% share in Eruvaka, an India-based Internet of Things (IoT) company that develops connected devices and mobile-based decision tools aimed at helping shrimp farmers increase productivity.
Plans are underway for a demonstration-scale facility in France that will convert non-food lignocellulosic biomass into raw materials for bio-based chemicals and animal feed products, such as feed for fish farming.
The Chief Operating Officer at Arbiom – the pioneering biomass conversion company leading the initiative – claims the ‘wood to feed’ concept is economically and environmentally sustainable.