Animal nutrition

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    Unlocking the power of functional nutrition

    Until recently, the digestive system of animals was thought of as a sequence of 3 processes which extract and absorb nutrients from food: Mechanical, such as crushing food during chewing or in bird gizzards and mixing in the stomach; Chemical, such as the action of stomach acids and bile salts; and Biochemical, via the action of enzymes such as amylase, proteases and lipases that fraction large food molecules. This model, however, gives the wrong impression: the intestine is not an inert pipe. It’s covered by mucosa, formed by enterocytes and underlying cell layers that ensure diverse functions depending on their structure and cell type. Bio-functional components The surface of the…

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    ADM fully acquires Chinese pet nutrition firm

    SINGAPORE and SHANGHAI — ADM announced Dec. 22 it has finalized its acquisition of Invivo Sanpo, a Tianjin, China-based pet nutrition company. Invivo Sanpo was established in 2017 as a joint venture between ADM and Tianjin Jinkangbao. ADM has purchased the remaining 40% shareholding of Invivo Sanpo, giving it total ownership of the company. “Annual global sales of pet food total $110 billion [USD] currently, forecast to grow to $140 billion by 2026 [according to 2021 Euromonitor projections],” said Jorge Martinez, president of ADM Pet Solutions. “The industry in China and Asia Pacific especially, have seen rapid growth and development in recent years. Assuming full ownership of Invivo Sanpo will…

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    US academic recognized for animal feed enzyme work

    The NAI Fellows Program highlights academic inventors who have demonstrated a spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on the quality of life, economic development, and the welfare of society.  Xingen Lei, professor of animal science, Cornell CALS © Cornell CALS The inventor of 21 US patents and another 49 patents in 27 countries, Dr Lei was among the first to demonstrate that nutrients like phosphorus, calcium, zinc and iron become more bioavailable to animals when their feed is supplemented with phytase. His lab developed a new generation of novel phytase enzymes from bacterial genes that are now used in 46 countries,…

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    ADM, GFLI partner on sustainable animal nutrition

    ROLLE, SWITZERLAND — Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM) on Dec. 15 announced it has entered a new partnership with the Global Feed LCA Institute (GFLI), an independent animal nutrition and food industry institute. Together, the two organizations said they will help to monitor and stimulate environmental performance in the animal nutrition industry, contributing to the creation of a more resilient and sustainable global food system. GFLI was established with the purpose of developing a publicly available Animal Nutrition Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) database to support meaningful environmental assessment of animal nutrition products. ADM said the collaboration represents a significant step forward to further grow its animal nutrition business. “As a…

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    Brenntag expanding Polish premix site to boost EMEA animal nutrition and pet food market share

    The planned measures cover a new production line and increasing storage capabilities; those improvements will come online at the end of 2022.   Wouter Vullings, director animal nutrition EMEA, said that, over the past 22 years, the company has been continuously investing in the Polish factory, with it today serving customers from almost 40 countries globally. “This investment plan is supporting our long-term strategic goal to increase our presence as a leading solution provider in the animal nutrition market in the EMEA region.”​ Broader portfolio The expansion of the manufacturing facility will allow Brenntag to broaden out its product portfolio and improve production and process automation. The company has noted…

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    Consumption of Animal-based Products to push the Global Animal Nutrition Market

    “Animal Nutrition Market” According to a new market research report launched by Inkwood Research, the Global Animal Nutrition Market is progressing at a CAGR of 6.10% between 2021 and 2028 and is projected to generate around $15286.1 million by 2028. According to a new market research report launched by Inkwood Research, the Global Animal Nutrition Market is progressing at a CAGR of 6.10% between 2021 and 2028 and is projected to generate around $15286.1 million by 2028. Browse 61 Market Data Tables and 50 Figures spread over 220 Pages, along with in-depth analysis on Global Animal Nutrition Market by Product Type, Species, Application & by Geography. This insightful market research…

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    Animal Nutrition Ingredients Market Share, Growth Rate (CAGR), Historical Data and Forecast 2031 | Addcon Group, Adisseo France SAS, Ajinomoto Co. Inc.. | Taiwan News

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