Warming climate could worsen global shortage of omega-3

Warming climate could worsen global shortage of omega-3

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‘We need alternatives as soon as possible’ to prevent shortage of omega-3, researcher says

Global production of seafood is already stymied by finite supplies of fishmeal and fish oil, key ingredients in aquafeed and other animal diets. A new paper from the journal Ambio, a publication of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, suggests climate change could result in even tighter markets for fishmeal and reduce natural supplies of omega-3 fatty acids by 10-58% by 2100.