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Optimum Omega Nutrition for shrimp

Key findings:

  • Current research suggests that optimum dietary EPA + DHA requirements of shrimp is not less than 0.4-0.6% of diet and up to 1.1% of diet in some cases. More research is needed to define the optimum ratios for essential fatty acids throughout the life cycle
  • The ratio of EPA:DHA is important to the health and welfare of shrimp, in addition to the total amount of EPA+DHA in the diet.
  • The optimum Omega-3 : Omega-6 ratio is recommended to be kept at >2:1.

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Veramaris is expanding access to sustainable Omega-3 that’s rich in both EPA & DHA with the world’s first ASC-MSC-certified microalgae oil for fish and shrimp feed.

From our headquarters in Delft, Netherlands to our advanced production facility in Blair, Nebraska, we collaborate with value chain partners to support the entire seafood industry in both creating and capturing value. 

From the scientist to the shopper, Veramaris algal oil delivers confidence and ease of use to mitigate Omega-3 supply risk, and attain better performance, less waste, and higher quality seafood.

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