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BioMar eliminates cataracts in lumpfish with a new feed diet

Cataracts are unfortunately a common eye condition in lumpfish affecting at least 60% and as much 100% of fish with the average condition being a severe cataract level of >5 according to a recent study by BioMar. It also showed that the prevalence and severity increased with fish size. BioMar has now solved the challenges associated with diet-related cataracts in lumpfish with the launch of a new Symbio recipe. These Lumpfish Grower products will make a significant contribution to improving fish welfare and their lice-grazing efficiency.

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BioMar is creating solutions targeted towards consumers

BioMar has completed the testing of insect meal in feeds for aquaculture and believe it shows promise as an alternative protein source. This is one among many other novel ingredients like algae oil or single cell proteins that BioMar has been investigating. BioMar believes these raw materials can address some of the needs of the market and are now eager to speed up their adoption through the creation of innovative feed solutions targeting the needs of seafood consumers.

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BioMar appoints Managing Director in Australia

BioMar is pleased to announce the appointment of David Whyte as the Managing Director of their new fish feed manufacturing plant in Tasmania. The plant, currently in its construction phase will be ready for commissioning in early 2020.

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BioMar Group reinforces commitment to Chilean aquaculture

Subject to approval by authorities, BioMar acquires the 50% remaining shares in the Chilean factory APSA. Ending 10 years of successful collaboration with AquaChile, this will immediately release important capacity for BioMar in Chile.

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BioMar reaches 2018 expectations

In 2018, BioMar Group delivered on the growth aspirations with a solid increase in revenue as well as volumes. As expected, the earnings did not keep up with the growth in volumes due to the competitive situation in the Norwegian market. However, the other markets were able to compensate for the challenging situation.

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Algae as a replacement for marine resources is gaining market acceptance

Growing Adoption of AlgaPrime™ DHA is Improving Omega-3 Content of Farmed Fish and Accelerating Sustainable Aquaculture. BioMar Has Produced and Sold Over 350,000 Tons of Feed Containing AlgaPrime™ DHA in Norway Over the Past Two Years.

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BioMar announces new top management in the Salmon Division

With effect from January 15th, BioMar Group welcomes new executive management in the Salmon Division. The company promotes two internal profiles with strong track records within BioMar and the industry.

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BioMar icon Niels Alsted retires after 45 years in aquaculture

Niels Alsted, Executive Vice President of Business Relations in BioMar, nicknamed ‘Mr Aquaculture’ by his colleagues has retired after 45 years of service in the aquaculture industry.

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New extrusion line in Ecuador

BioMar Group ready to build new line for extruded shrimp feed in Ecuador

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BioMar raises EBIT guidance for 2018

After being marked by competition in Norway and a warm summer in Europe, BioMar Group is recovering significantly. The company delivers a strong Q3, almost outperforming the accumulated results of Q1 and Q2. All markets except Norway have shown performance above expectations. This leads to a raise in the EBITDA guidance for the full year.

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BioMar expands R&D capabilities within shrimp

BioMar Group increases its shrimp research capabilities with the opening of its Aquaculture Technology Centre in Ecuador. The ATC is state-of-the-art trial facility dedicated to the full lifecycle of shrimp, with the most advanced technology for shrimp research in Ecuador.

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BioMar works with farmers to create a premium shrimp

BioMar has identified a market opportunity for a premium, sustainable shrimp product. They announced this week in connection with the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual conference, GOAL, that they will be collaborating with shrimp farmers in Ecuador to bring this sustainable innovative product in to reality.

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