IFFO defends fishmeal integrity

IFFO, the Marine Ingredients Organisation, said a recent publication indicating that antibiotic resistance in fish farms is passed on from fishmeal makes ‘very sweeping generalisations’. The article, published in the […] Continue Reading

Stirling event draws sector stars

LEADING figures from the aquaculture industry will congregate in Stirling next month to discuss innovations in production methods, fish health and welfare, breeding and genetics and advances in feed technology. […] Continue Reading

Potential for by-product in feed

IFFO, the Marine Ingredients Organisation, said an estimated 35 million tonnes of raw material could be available for marine ingredients production, should all by-product be collected. This increases to a […] Continue Reading

IFFO aims to set new standards

IFFO, the Marine Ingredients Organisation, is revising its Responsible Supply (RS) standard for fishery and factory assessments, ‘in order to maintain the credibility and relevancy’ of the certification. The organisation […] Continue Reading