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Protein of the Future: Page 2
Alternative protein byproducts from oil extraction
Find out about five alternative proteins that originate from the oil extraction industry as byproducts.
Many drivers of alternative protein, but many challenges ahead
There are multiple factors driving the growth of plant-based alternative proteins, as well as multiple challenges facing them.
Danish firms seek more sustainable feed protein
Denmark’s Ministry of the Environment and Food has offered financial support to a project testing the potential of a single-cell protein to replace conventional protein ingredients in animal feeds.
ICL invests in alternative protein technology
Specialty food ingredients company ICL Food is to invest around US$20 million in further developing Rovitaris, its protein technology business.
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New single-cell protein initiatives
Single-cell protein can offer a good solution to using inexpensive resources to produce a highly valuable product
Startup targets affordable single-cell protein solutions
In an increasingly crowded market for novel feed ingredients, White Dog Labs hopes a cost-based approach to single-cell protein will set it apart.
Company tests new single-cell protein made from wood
North Carolina-based company says early tests suggest a wood-derived single-cell protein product holds promise as a swine and aquafeed.
iCell completes second plant to produce single-cell protein
iCell Sustainable Nutrition Co., Hong Kong, and Shandong Zhonggu Starch Sugar Co. of China (SZSS) on July 18 jointly announced the completion of their full-scale production facility that will convert nutrients previously lost in the process water into a single-cell protein (SCP) for use in animal feeds. Both companies expect the commercial shipments of the SCP to begin in August.
Consumers and the meat-free mindset: Protein alternatives evolve
Fueled by a consumer curiosity to going meat free, plant-based and cell-cultured meat alternatives are gaining momentum and they are set to take market share from animal meat production.
3 ways pea proteins can add to your bottom line
Using pea protein as an alternative to certain, more expensive ingredients can add to your bottom line. Whether you are replacing whey protein concentrate or plasma, or are looking to increase digestibility, read on to find out how pea protein can help your bottom line.
3 things you didn’t know about yeast derivatives
According to an article in the journal Animal Feed Science and Technology, viable yeast products are added to animal feeds for their potential probiotic effects, with active dry yeast being the most common viable yeast used in the animal feed industry. Active dry yeast is also found in several direct-fed microbial feed additives.
Feed Production by Region
How to maximize alternative protein sources in SE Asia
Feed industry experts review the utilization of pea proteins, lignocellulose and DDGS for use in swine, poultry diets in Southeast Asia.
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