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"Aquaculture, not the Internet, represents the most promising investment opportunity of the 21st Century."

- Peter Drucker, Management Expert & Economist

2016-06-16

Fishfeed without marine ingredients

Danish UniBio has developed a fermentation process to convert methane (gas) to protein.

UniBio produces UniProtein granules, used in compound animal feeds, from natural gas.

UniProtein is able to completely substitute the more expensive and scarce fishmeal, with the only waste product from the process being clean water.

The U-loop technology that creates this transformation, is the result of more than 30 years of research and development activities, and UniProtein granules was approved as animal nutrition in EU in July 1995.

The future of fishfeed will be less depending for marine ingredients as also algae is able to produce long-chained poly-unsaturated fatty acid - in industrial scale.

The two Danish fishefeed companies- Aller Aqua and BioMar - are already involved in incorporation the UniProtein and the 'algae-oil' in their products.

Interested in more knowledge on UniBio - click here to visit their homepage


Also spend a minute or two to see a video explaining the process - click here.

 
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