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Agriculture

Cargill links with White Dog for fish feed protein

by Melody M. Bomgardner
September 6, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 35

 

Agriculture giant Cargill says it has an agreement with White Dog Labs that gives it access to the start-up’s single-cell protein, an alternative to fish meal in diets for farmed fish and shrimp. White Dog manufactures the protein via fermentation from corn. Of the protein’s amino acids, 40% are essential to a fish’s diet. The company will supply Cargill from its demonstration-scale facility in Sutherland, Nebraska, starting in 2020. In June, Cargill announced a partnership with InnovaFeed to jointly market feed for fish made with insect protein.

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