We make sustainability tangible

BioMar understands we need to share our natural resources with the other inhabitants of this planet. Aquaculture should take only our share. That is why we use both certified krill and wild fish, whilst seeking alternative nutrients that don’t take from the human or animal food chain. Helping to ensure there is a tomorrow for us all.

BioMar’s sustainability programme and concept, BioSustain™, helps to drive the uptake of high quality, low-impact raw materials in feed recipes, thereby promoting sustainable aquaculture and responsibly produced seafood.


Click below to see the science-based solutions in our sustainability tool kit

With aquafeeds being crucial to the responsible growth of the aquaculture industry, our Blue Impact feed are designed to progressively transform aquaculture.

Blue Impact Feed

The BioSustain Impact Parameters provide you with holistic coverage of the most market-critical environmental impacts from feed production.

BioSustain Impact Parameters

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    The importance of limiting warming to 1.5°c

    The scientific community has stressed the urgency of limiting warming to 1.5°C because the health of oceans, ecosystems, and humans depends on it.

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    BioMar Australia announces new vessel

    BioMar Australia is excited to announce a $15 million-dollar, nation-leading project to construct the first green methanol ready vessel in Australia.

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    Scope 1, 2 & 3: going “net-zero”

    Since the Industrial Revolution, humans have been responsible for over 2,000 gigatons of carbon dioxide emissions.

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    BioMar and Bio Feeder announce environmentally friendly boat

    Kryssholm - A new, high-tech vessel for transporting fish feed will be ready in 2021.

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    The next generation of insect meal

    After years of R&D, insect meal is now seen as a promising new ingredient on a clear pathway to being widely adopted.

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    BioMar sources Benson Hill ingredients

    BioMar is sourcing consecutive seasons of Benson Hill ingredients as part of its commitment to build restorative soy supply chains.

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    What are restorative raw materials?

    Circular restorative materials are derived from waste or by-products, as defined by the EU waste framework directive.

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    Yield10 Bioscience and BioMar aim to grow fish oil on land

    Yield10 Bioscience and BioMar Group have signed an agreement to form a long-term partnership to commercialise a Camelina crop .

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    Deep branch and BioMar agree strategic partnership

    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,

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    Sustainable fisheries is a shared responsibility

    In the last 20 years, BioMar has reduced the inclusion of marine ingredients in aquafeeds by more than 60%.

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    Sustainable aquafeed with marine microalgae

    Early results from the “Alga4Fuel&Aqua” research project, in which BioMar Hellenic is participating, indicate that a mix of the microalgae species

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    Time to rethink waste

    Through innovation, many leftovers from human food production can be turned into new valuable resources.

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