New evidence suggests Antarctic krill meal is a promising and responsibly harvested aquafeed alternative
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The following is an excerpt from an article published by Global Seafood Alliance:
Emerging evidence suggests Antarctic krill meal could be a sustainable fish feed alternative that benefits salmonid diets
One of the most abundant animal species on the planet, Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba), a small shrimp-like organism that lives in the Southern Ocean, has been a front-runner as a possible alternative to fishmeal and fish oil. Krill meal has been used as aquafeed for decades, but logistical, sustainability and harvesting concerns have inhibited its widespread uptake by the industry. However, the tides may be turning, as new evidence indicates that Antarctic krill meal is beneficial in salmonid diets, and...
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