IFFO is the international ‘not for profit’ organisation that represents and promotes the fishmeal, fish oil and wider marine ingredients industry worldwide. We are globally respected and regularly represent the industry at international forums, as well as holding observer status at the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the EU Commission and Parliament.

About IFFO
IFFO is the international ‘not for profit’ organisation that represents and promotes the fishmeal, fish oil and marine ingredients industry worldwide.
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IFFO Members Meeting
This year's Members' Meeting will be held in Barcelona from 2nd to 3rd May. The two-day programme contains a mix of presentations with the latest market data plus a buffet dinner.
Why join us
As an IFFO member we will keep you updated of everything going on within or affecting the marine ingredients industry. Our services provide a range of benefits which ensure that our members are in the know.
What are Marine Ingredients?
Marine ingredients are nutritious products used mainly for human consumption or animal feed and are derived from marine organisms such as fish, krill, shellfish and algae.
IFFO produces a range of publications, including monthly reports, presentations, industry analysis and position papers.

Latest News

IFFO Responds to The Huffington Post Blog 'Can We Go On Farming Salmon?'

Response to The Huffington Post: Blog by Sue Cross on the 10th February 2017 “Can We Go On...

IFFO Responds to fishmeal article published in The Salt

Following an article titled '90 Percent Of Fish We Use For Fishmeal Could Be Used To Feed...

IFFO Responds to Intrafish article series on marine ingredients and the aquaculture industry

Following Intrafish news article series drilling down the use of marine ingredients in the...

IFFO Members’ Meeting—Registration now open

This year’s Members’ Meeting will be held in sunny Barcelona and will include the usual packed...

Issues with FFDR in assessing aquaculture

IFFO has published a position paper analysing the forage fish dependency ratio (FFDR) to provide...