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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 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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Time is right for a new industry-wide sustainable seafood story

The seafood industry delivers a high protein food with one of the lowest environmental footprints and yet it is still overshadowed by a history of unsustainable practices. The industry has come a long way over the last two decades by adopting responsible farming practices, to creating sustainable feeds. It has a positive environmental story and the time might just be right to launch a good news story that is simple and allows easy engagement by consumers.

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First BAP certified feed for trout & turbot in China

BioMar’s joint venture with Tongwei in Wuxi has received the first Best Aquaculture Practice (BAP) certification in China with trout and turbot as declared species. The certification comes relatively shortly after the production facilities inauguration in May 2020. The product portfolio includes feeds for high-end aquaculture species both in freshwater and seawater as well as locally popular species like Largemouth Bass and Large Yellow Croaker.

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From negative CO2 emissions to a net-positive protein source

BioMar is one of 10 collaborative partners to join the end-to-end value chain wide consortium in the React-First project. It is led by carbon recycling biotechnology company Deep Branch, which has pioneered a process that uses microbes to convert carbon dioxide from industrial emissions and turns them into high-value proteins.

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BioMar enters partnership in Vietnam

To confirm a mutual interest in entering into a partnership, BioMar and Vietnam’s leading shrimp hatchery Viet-UC have signed a memorandum of understanding with the intention of BioMar becoming part owner and operational lead in the feed factory currently owned by Viet-UC.

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BioMar Norway decides to continue fight for industry wide access to costefficient smoltification methodology

While the Norwegian judgement does not affect BioMar’s right to continue to produce and sell the current product portfolio for smoltification in any countries, BioMar has decided to appeal the judgement on having infringed one of the two existing STIM patents in Norway and violated the Marketing Act.

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BioMar receives an award for foreign investment in Ecuador

Ivan Ontaneda Berrú from the Ministry of Production, Foreign Trade, Investments and Fisheries in Ecuador has acknowledged BioMar for its foreign investment in Ecuador. The award is in recognition for being part of the new economic model of the country and for the trust that BioMar has placed in Ecuador for the investment of new projects including expansion of production and R&D capabilities.

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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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