Cargill agreement expands access to sustainable fish feed

September 4, 2019 EcoVadis FR


Cargill announced Aug. 29 that it is expanding its offerings of sustainable alternatives to fish meal in aquaculture feed thanks to a new agreement with White Dog Labs. According to the announcement, the deal secures access to White Dog Labs' ProTyton, a single-cell protein produced by fermentation with corn feedstock — a sustainable alternative to harvesting fish meal — which, like fish meal, is high in protein and amino acids. ProTyton will be ready to ship from White Dog Labs' demo facility in Sutherland, Neb., in 2020.



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