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BioMar joins forces with Mols Bjerge National Park on an eelgrass restoration project

On Sunday 19 June, Mols Bjerge National Park will undertake an eelgrass restoration project with the help of BioMar Group and the local Danish community. The project is called Havets Grønne Enge, which translates to Green Meadows of the Sea.

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Responsible shrimp

We have partnered with Earthworm Foundation, an international non-profit undertaking social and environmental projects, to drive responsible shrimp projects in Ecuador. Here, we redefine the feed model and create capacity building initiatives to drive social change and best sustainability practices in the region.

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Deep Branch and BioMar agree strategic partnership to enhance the aquaculture industry

Deep Branch and BioMar have signed a long-term technical and commercial partnership to redefine traditional aquaculture feed ingredients and improve the aquaculture industry’s efficiency, profitability and sustainability. The immediate focus of the cooperation will be to optimise salmon feed using Proton™, a single cell protein developed by Deep Branch for the feed industry, as a primary protein source.

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Local communities repurposing feed bags

In BioMar Chile, most aquafeed maxi bags are sent to recycling. However, some feed bags have been set aside for a capacity building initiative to support local communities in repurposing them.

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BioMar acquires intelligent feeding technology

Following the successful entrance into the shrimp feed market, the board of BioMar approves the acquisition of AQ1 Systems, the world’s leading producer of acoustic feeding technology for the shrimp farming industry. With the investment, BioMar aims to accelerate the sustainability journey of the industry.

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Results are created by People

BioMar Australia in 2021 was awarded the Tasmanian Employer of the Year by the Tasmanian Training Awards and the Employer of Choice award by the Australian Business Awards.

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BioMar launches its 2030 Ambitions

On the back of today’s launch of the BioMar 2020 Sustainability Report, we announce our 2030 Ambitions. We make a promise, to our planet and its people with a set of ambitious targets that will seek to aid in the restoration of our environment while enabling humanity to thrive. Two key areas are focused on the reduced impact of aquaculture feeds while the third will enable capacity building in our communities.

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BioMar becomes a member of API, the Italian Aquaculture Association

BioMar is happy to announce that the company has recently joined API – Associazione Piscicoltori Italiani, reinforcing its presence as a growingly trusted partner to the Italian fish farmers in the aquaculture sector.

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BioMar and Viet Uc enter a strategic partnership to develop the aquafeed business in Vietnam

BioMar takes another important step to expand its global footprint within shrimp feed. By acquiring a majority ownership of the Viet-Uc feed business, BioMar is ready to pursue a position within high-end shrimp feed in Vietnam, creating synergy with BioMar’s existing shrimp businesses in LATAM.

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ORIVO and BioMar to develop next generation DNA-based feed analysis

ORIVO has been granted funding from the Norwegian Research Council to develop the next generation DNA-based analysis for feed products and feed ingredients. Among the partners in the project is the Danish sustainable aquaculture feed producer, BioMar, who sees the value of evidence-based transparency in their industry.

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BioMar and Quality Salmon Sotenäs look to create salmon of tomorrow

The letter of intent was signed between feed producer BioMar and Lighthouse Finance owned Quality Salmon Sotenäs AB in November 2020. The agreement states that BioMar will provide feed solutions for the Atlantic salmon in Quality Salmon’s land-based RAS facility once production commences in 2022, in Sotenäs, Sweden.

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BioMar commits to ‘give 100%’ along with 14 World Leaders

Almost two years ago BioMar was invited to join the advisory board of The High level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy, since then 20 science-led papers and reports have been commissioned that has led to the creation of the Transformations documents which outlines 74 priority actions for a sustainable ocean economy.

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