IFFO Position Papers

Zero fishmeal feeds: IFFO's position paper

In contemporary aquafeeds, the so-called novel ingredients sector is extremely small, yet the seafood (and even mainstream) media is providing a disproportionate amount of coverage to the development of these embryonic industries. By 2030, global aquaculture production is expected to grow to 109...

Neil Auchterlonie's full response to the Changing Markets Foundation Report

April 18th 2019   IFFO is aware of the recent publication of the report “Until the seas run dry: How industrial aquaculture is plundering the ocean” by the Changing Markets Foundation.  The Changing Markets Foundation is a body that according to its website “partners with NGOs on market focused...

Oceana Report on Dark Fishmeal in Peru, February 2019

On February 13th 2019, the NGO Oceana published a Press Release on the production of illegal fishmeal in Peru. The communication cites the results of an Oceana report into the diversion of approximately 150,000 tonnes of anchovy from direct human consumption into the manufacture of fishmeal. Any...

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's) - position paper

Guidance for IFFO members – January 2018 Introduction The seventeen UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were proposed at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro in 2012 to meet the urgent environmental, political and economic challenges facing the world....

IFFO 2020 - eNGO’s

Introduction With the concerns over environmental sustainability of wild fish and, more recently, fed aquaculture, several national and international NGO’s have become very active in challenging the industry. Some are constructive in their approach, critical but willing to work with industry in...

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