Feed and Additives
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A new regulation replacing a 1990 directive on medicated feed is the EU's latest weapon in the fight against antimicrobial resistance.
In a significant landmark for aquaculture, trout fed using a Skretting feed including insect meal has now been made available to French consumers.
In 2018, the stand-out M&A deals targeted diagnostics, digital technologies and nutrition. While Zoetis and Merck Animal Health made multi-billion-dollar deals, some of the sector's smaller purchases also hinted towards important trends. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey looks back at where the money was spent.
Joel Newman is to retire after 15 years as American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) president and chief executive.
Michigan-based ZIVO Bioscience has secured successful trial results from its efforts to development nutritional products for poultry.
US microbial strain development specialist Nucelis has agreed a partnership with Chinese firm Nanjing Darwingenetech (Darwin) that could yield animal feed.
Private equity company Permira has bought Jayhawk Fine Chemicals – a firm focused on many sectors, including animal health.
Neovia has acquired Biomix – the third-largest company in the Colombian premix feed and services market.
Trends in consumer behavior are heavily influencing new product development in the companion animal sector. With pet product innovation often following human trends, Myriam Snaet (head of market intelligence and consumer insights) and Ben Cottenie (country manager of animal nutrition) at German nutrition company BENEO explore the increasing focus on health and wellness, and how this trend is being addressed within functional pet food nutrition ingredients.
Agrivida has commercialized its Grainzyme phytase feed additive in the US through a partnership with Kerry Animal Health & Nutrition.
Evonik Industries and Vland are partnering on the development of probiotics for animal nutrition.
The algae and insect sectors have urged the European Commission to broaden its protein strategy to include 'new' protein sources.
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