The construction of Calysseo’s new FeedKind alternative protein plant in Chongqing, China, poses no long-term challenge to the fishmeal and fish oil industry, according to the sector’s largest trade group.
Work commenced in early January on Calysseo’s new plant in the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing as part of a joint venture between animal feed additives firm Adisseo and protein innovator Calysta. The plant will… Read More
Work has commenced on a new plant in the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing City being built by Calysseo, a joint venture between animal feed additives firm Adisseo and protein innovator Calysta, to produce the FeedKind brand of “sustainable alternative protein.”
Bluestar Adisseo Company and Calysta first announced the joint venture on 20 February, with the explicit goal of providing an exclusive supply of the product to Asian… Read More
A Chinese state-owned company has signed a deal to redevelop and manage a fisheries port in Brunei.
China's Guangxi Beibu Gulf International Port Group has signed a deal to expand and run the Muara Fish Landing Complex alongside its partner Brunei's Darussalam Assets, a government-backed investment agency. The two jointly own the Muara Port Company Sdn Bhd, a joint venture set up in 2017.
Located in the region of China bordering Southeast Asia,… Read More
A producer of rainbow trout has become the latest Chinese firm to achieve for Best Aquaculture Practices certification from the Global Aquaculture Alliance …
Photo courtesy of Xinjiang Tianyun Organic Agriculture… Read More
A major European seafood brand has joined a fishery improvement project (FIP) for squid in Chinese waters.
Saint-Geours-de-Maremne, France-based Labeyrie Fine Foods, a producer and distributor of value-added seafood and other food products to European retailers under the Labeyrie, Delpierre, Blini, Comptoir Sushi, and Ovive brands, has joined the East China Sea and Yellow Sea Squid Fishery Improvement Project, launched in 2018.
The five-year… Read More
One of China’s largest distant-water fishing companies, Pingtan Marine, has launched what it’s claiming is the country’s largest reefer vessel.
The rebuilt refrigerated transport vessel, Fu Yuan Yu Yun 992, is 132.06 meters in length and has a gross tonnage of 8,374. It’s the largest fishery support vessel in China “so far as approved by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the People's Republic of… Read More