Scoular, Bornstein, Da Yang JV opens USD 17.5 million fishmeal-processing facility in Oregon

Representatives of Scoular, Da Yang Seafood, and Bornstein Seafoods cut the ribbon on the new fishmeal processing facility.

A joint venture between Scoular, Da Yang Seafood, and Bornstein Seafoods has opened a new fishmeal processing facility in Warrenton, Oregon, U.S.A.

According to Scoular, the new facility is the first of its kind to open in North America in “at least” 25 years. The USD 17.5 million (EUR 16.9 million) facility is located at the Port of Astoria’s Airport Industrial Park, and will upcycle fish trimmings from nearby fish-processing plants run by Da Yang and Bornstein into fishmeal and fish oil.

The facility is slated to begin operating in early 2023. The products from the new facility will be marketed under Scoular's Encompass brand. Scoular is an agricultural conglomerate and fishmeal and fish oil supplier headquartered in the U.S. state of Nebraska. The company cited the growing demand for ... 

Photo courtesy of Scoular

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