Aquafeed.com is a website dedicated to serving the information and marketing needs of the aquaculture feed industry. The site provides current news - internet or print - tailored to the needs of the sector. This site contains a wealth of links and information relating to the aquaculture feed side of the sector. The information is free and there is also trade and price information. The site is also a discussion site for the industry to exchange ideas and information and a repository of all things aquafeed. Aquafeed.com is independent - with no alliances, tie-ins, or vested interests; we are completely impartial and do our best to support the industry..
The fishmeal information network webpage has facts and figures concerning fish meal fisheries and production globally. Information from a number of published sources (inlcuding studies for EU and FAO) are presented.
The Fishmeal Information Network (FIN) is an information resource and a source of contacts for fishmeal, its supply chain and its role in the nutrition of farm livestock.
FIN aims to present fact-based information, independent evidence and respected expert opinion on fishmeal and its use. It recognises the imperatives of safety in the food chain, healthy diets, animal welfare and protection of the environment. FIN is an initiative of GAFTA, the international Grain and Feed Trade Association which represents more than 800 suppliers of fishmeal, other animal feed ingredients, grain, pulses and rice in more than 80 countries.
FIN’s activities are guided by a Steering Committee on which suppliers, and GAFTA’s executive are represented.
This website contains that current and back editions of International Aquafeed magazine.
International Aquafeed Magazine is a monthly publication aimed specifically for the aquafeed manufacturers and aquaculture industries together with all those working in the aquafeeding business including consultants, suppliers and research and development specialists worldwide.
The magazine addresses the technological issues associated with the processing of raw materials and other ingredients, including micro-ingredients, in the production of aquafeeds.
The International Fishmeal and Fish Oil Organisation (IFFO) is the international non-profit organisation which represents fishmeal and fish oil producers and related trades throughout the world. IFFO’s vision is to enhance human and livestock health and welfare via superior nutrition to the benefit of consumers worldwide.
A globally respected Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), IFFO has specialised consultative status with the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).
IFFO members represent nearly two-thirds of world production plus around 80% of fishmeal and fish oil exports worldwide. IFFO's goal is to act on behalf of the fishmeal and fish oil producers and their trade associates throughout the value chain in order to strengthen the global standing of the fishmeal and fish oil industry. In so doing IFFO aims to be a respected service partner, adding value to the global industry and ensuring it is better informed, more profitable and more sustainable.