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Removing Fish From Fish Diet for Tastier, More Sustainable Aquaculture

NOAA has published the results of a NOAA-funded study which shows that a diet containing Veramaris' algal oil could be just as good for aquaculture fish as fishmeal and fish oil. 

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Veramaris joins second webinar with aquaculture accelerator Project X

 

This must-attend event for food retailers brings together a panel of experts to discuss building resilient supply chains though alternative feed ingredients.

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Veramaris to discusses scaling alternative feed ingredients in Project X webinar

 

Join a live webinar on 23rd September to hear from an expert panel on the benefits scaling alternative feed ingredients. 

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Veramaris celebrates 1 year producing sustainable natural marine algal oil

It is one year ago today since Veramaris officially opened our $200m production facility in Blair, Nebraska, US to produce our sustainable natural marine algal oil. 

Watch our video celebrating the highlights of a busy and successful year. 

 

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Veramaris to take part in live webinar with Aquafeed.com on the future of alternative proteins and oils in aquaculture feeds

On Monday, 15th June at 4pm CEST/10am EST/7am PST, Veramaris will take part in a live webinar on the future of alternative proteins and oils in aquaculture feeds. 
 
 

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New study links omega-3 to improved cardiovascular health

A new study involving almost half a million people has uncovered links between the consumption of fish oil and improved cardiovascular health, including a reduction in premature death, hearts attacks and strokes. 

 

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Mark Heuer (WWF), Jørgen Skeide (Lerøy Seafood), Robert Pudelko (Kaufland), Gaelle Husser (Veramaris), Thomas Grüter (Deutsche See), Dirk Lenders (Lebensmittelzeitung) (left to right)

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“Change can only happen together"

For the first time, Veramaris was able to bring representatives from the entire value chain together around one table. The lively discussion had a lasting effect on its audience, as the continuous back and forth between them and the panelists showed.

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The Japanese love of seafood calls for aquaculture growth

Japanese eat more fish and seafood than most other nations, according to new research. Aquaculture plays an increasingly important role to satisfy the appetite for healthy seafood.

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