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2019

三月 2019

Editorial

Welcome to IFFO’s new look newsletter! As usual, you’ll receive it every month: it'll keep you informed on IFFO’s actions to promote the marine ingredients industry and will link you to the most relevant news related to the industry. This e-newsletter will be easier to read: no more downloads and an overview of the content at the first glance. Feel free to give us your feedback!

February has been marked by the release of Oceana’s report on dark fishmeal” in Peru. We have been in contact with some IFFO Members and with Peru's National Fisheries Society (SNP) on this topic and published a position paper which has been sent to all our members. We recommend the adoption of the IFFO Responsible Supply scheme, which is the only fishmeal plant certification scheme, in tackling raw material supply issues. Our paper has also been an opportunity to provide background on how this anchovy catch of approximately 150,000 tonnes could have ended up as fishmeal rather than food. Our intention is clearly not to justify illegal activities in fisheries supplying raw material for fishmeal manufacture, but to make media and stakeholders aware that there is a very limited demand for these species for human consumption. Despite years of marketing and promotion by government and independent activists, the consumption of Anchoveta in Peru for human consumption is still extremely low at around 2% of the catch, leaving a significant surplus.

Registrations for the 2019 Members Meeting in May are still open. You can now access the agendas. We look forward to seeing you in Madrid!

Petter Martin Johannessen
Director General

二月 2019

The New Year at IFFO is a time for surveys and reports, which allow us to plan for the future. Another essential tool for us to make sure we are giving members the service they deserve is to get to know the local context of the industry through meetings with the members in their own countries as well as technical visits. This was the aim of the trip to Iceland I went for together with Neil Auchterlonie, IFFO’s technical director. 

The Icelandic fisheries sector has been one of the mainstays of the Icelandic economy for years and years, both as its main food supply and its chief export product. More than 10,000 people are directly employed by the fisheries industry and its production facilities represent the state of the art in fisheries technology, with 110,000 mt of fishmeal and 45,000 mt of fish oil produced on average per year. More on this in this newsletter with Neil Auchterlonie’s report (below). 

Trips like this one are a wonderful opportunity to discuss technical and regulatory challenges faced by IFFO Members. IFFO is currently working on technical projects such as the one related to antioxidants, initiated in response to the reauthorization of ethoxyquin in the EU and the need for alternative antioxidant products.  A decision about ethoxyquin by the EU should be made in the coming months. IFFO is also maintaining a watching brief on the topic of plastic in the marine environment and continues working on fishmeal quality and salmon nutrition as well as on FM quality and fed species.  

Don’t miss this chance to hear updates on IFFO’s latest news on regulatory issues and nutritional value of marine ingredients in feed as well as market trends since registrations for the 2019 Members Meeting in Madrid are now open! 

一月 2019

I would like to start this month’s editorial by wishing you all a very happy new year. At IFFO, we have returned refreshed and we’re already busy with a range of exciting projects and events. The dates are set for our three annual events, starting with the IFFO/ JCI fishmeal and fish oil forum, which will be held in China’s Wuzhen City from 21st to 22nd March. Our Members Meeting will be held in Madrid from 2nd to 4th May and more information will be sent to members soon. Finally, this year’s Annual Conference will be held in Shanghai from 4th to 6th November.    
Moving to our project work, IFFO continues to invest in the evidence-base that supports all our activities, and as well as a series of thrilling new projects in 2019 some of our current projects are due to report soon.   Our project that takes a look at raw material supply and fishmeal production in South East Asia is due to report early this year and members will be able to read the report from this work soon.  We are also planning some press activities around the launch of this report, which was co-funded with the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA).  Another project that is nearing completion is the work looking at Fish In: Fish Out ratios, and again we may expect more communications on the subject of FIFO in the early months of 2019. The subject of antioxidants continues to feature strongly in the programme, and although this is an enormously complicated subject with many different threads to it, IFFO continues to work hard to look at options for the developing industry.  There is much more to come on IFFO project work in 2019, and I am personally very excited by the work that is being delivered. 

Petter Martin Johannessen  
Director General

2018

十二月 2018

在成功举办罗马年会之后,IFFO团队就一直忙于启动新项目,访问我们遍布全球的会员。年会强调了我们行业面临的一些关键性战略问题,而我们对会员的访问正使我们得以更深入地挖掘这些问题并考虑如何在我们的工作中进一步解决这些问题。我们还讨论了对IFFO内部进行一些运营调整,从而进一步提高我们的会员服务质量。我访问了丹麦、挪威、智利和秘鲁,发现这些国家所面临的挑战和机遇既独特迥异但又存在着一些共同点。现在,我将和我的团队一起努力就我们的发现采取行动,我们将于在马德里举行的会员大会(2019年5月2日-4日)为大家做进一步介绍。具体信息将在1月份发送给会员。

  IFFO中国区总监徐瑶和市场研究总监Enrico则去往了越南,精彩的越南之旅也让他们更多地了解了这个快速增长的市场。他们的此次见闻也在本期月刊中作了阐述,非常值得一读。除此之外,整个IFFO团队在圣诞佳节前都非常忙碌,在圣诞和新年假期即将来临之际,借此机会,我想献上我最美好的祝福。

 

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十一月 2018

现在我们已经结束了IFFO的第58届年会,借此机会,我们得以审视目前的问题,并采取行动。来自世界各地我们行业各个领域的代表参加了这次会议,在这重要的三天里的讨论非常富有成果。

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