Press Releases

Letter to The Economist: The dangers of misreporting science

8th September 2017
Response to ‘Antibiotic resistance in fish farms is passed on from fish food’ Sept 7th, 2017 Written by IFFO's Andrew Mallison, Director General The dangers of misreporting science Your article makes very sweeping generalisations based on scientific paper that reports on a very small sample size...

IFFO Response: Antibiotic Resistant Genes found in Fishmeal

6th September 2017
We are aware of the recent publication of a scientific paper[1] indicating there is a potential for fishmeal used in aquaculture feed to be a vector for antibiotic resistant genes. This is a first study in the subject, and as such, we must exercise caution in how the results are interpreted without...

Speakers are confirmed for the IFFO Annual Conference

17th August 2017
Speakers for the upcoming 57th IFFO Annual Conference have now been confirmed as registration numbers continue to soar. They include Andy Bing (Loch Duart), Christian Martin (DSM), John Connelly (National Fisheries Institute USA, Ray Hilborn (University of Washington), Willie Loh (Cargill) and...

GAA and IFFO join forces to improve responsible fishmeal supplies in SE Asia

5th June 2017
The Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) and IFFO, the Marine Ingredients Organisation, have joined forces and funding on a project to improve the understanding of the fisheries of South East Asia supplying raw material for fishmeal production. The study will look at the issues from the...

IFFO publishes its first Annual Report

2nd May 2017
IFFO, The Marine Ingredients Organisation, this week published the first ever Annual Report for the organisation. With over half a century of history, IFFO’s work to assist and engage with the industry covers a broad canvas and this report gives a snapshot of the work in 2016. The report gives...

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