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New Annual Report shows IFFO’s focus on data and scientific evidence

4th May 2018
IFFO, The Marine Ingredients Organisation, today released its second Annual Report, giving a succinct overview of the group’s work with the aim to engage and inform stakeholders. IFFO enjoyed another fruitful year with a continued growth in membership, over 1,082 delegates attending 5 IFFO hosted...

Update on GAA and IFFO’s South East Asia Fishmeal project

19th February 2018
A project to improve the understanding of fisheries of South East Asia supplying raw material for fishmeal production has completed the first six months of data gathering and has made contact with government agencies and businesses. Jointly funded by the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) and...

Research reveals huge potential in increasing food production, value and sustainability in the Scottish salmon industry through strategic use of by-products

14th February 2018
Researchers have found that by-products in Scottish salmon farming are generally well utilised, but total by-product value output could be improved by 803% (£23.7 million), based on 2015 figures, adding 5.5% value to the salmon industry.  Led by Julien Stevens, researchers from the...

IFFO’s Andrew Mallison responds to National Geographic article

8th February 2018
  Following an article published this week in National Geographic, I would like to address a few points on behalf of IFFO, The Marine Ingredients Organisation. The article titled ‘Why Salmon Eating Insects Instead of Fish Is Better for Environment’, published on 5th February 2018, discusses...

IFFO announces incoming President and Vice President

13th November 2017
Following elections for the new IFFO Management Board (starting 1st January 2018), IFFO is pleased to announce that the incoming President is Eduardo Goycoolea and Vice President is Anne Mette Bæk Jespersen. IFFO’s Producer members elected representatives for their countries to the board in...

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