Aquaculture

Aquaculture

Global demand for seafood is growing at an unprecedented rate. By 2030, an additional 41 million tons of fish per year will be needed to maintain current levels of seafood consumption. Aquaculture is the solution and soy-based feed is the most sustainable and healthful alternative to traditional fish-based aquafeeds.

 

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Aquaculture

Nothing Fishy Here: U.S. Soy Protein Feeds Aquaculture, Grows Demand

USB Staff WriterJan 19, 2022

Startled by his alarm, Philip Good reached for his phone, half asleep. A flick of his finger across the screen showed him the oxygen levels…

Aquaculture

How U.S. Soy Supports Sustainable Blue Foods

Lisa HumphreysDec 21, 2021

The growing importance of “blue foods,” was recently recognized in LinkedIn’s 29 Big Ideas that will change our world in 2022. Blue Foods are aquacultural…

Aquaculture

Calling All Innovators in the World of Aquaculture!

USSEC Staff WriterFeb 17, 2021

The Global Aquaculture Challenge is accepting applications for the chance at an 8-12 week mentorship program, plus the chance at a $100,000 price that goes…

Aquaculture

IPRS Key to Turkey’s Export Goal of $2 Billion in Fisheries Products

Brandelyn TwellmanJan 18, 2021

The aquaculture industry in Turkey is growing, providing increased U.S. Soy export opportunities and increased interest in USSEC’s IPRS.

Aquaculture

IPRS Helps Mexican Tilapia Producer to Boost Results

USSEC Staff WriterOct 23, 2020

Complejo Acuícola Tupez, a commercial tilapia farm in Veracruz, México is achieving positive results through the U.S. Soybean Export Council’s In-Pond Raceway System. USSEC Program…

Aquaculture

Seafood Analyst Provides COVID-19 Update on Shrimp and Salmon Industry

USSEC Staff WriterJul 22, 2020

The U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) hosted a global digital aquaculture conference that included a session by Gorjan Nikolik, Rabobank, with an update of the…