• Animal nutrition

    Hill’s Pet Nutrition Partners With Bond Pet Foods, Inc. To Develop A Craft Meat Protein Produced Through Precision Fermentation

    “Hill’s Pet Nutrition has a long history of using science to transform the lives of pets. This collaboration will allow us to explore how we can deliver the precise, balanced nutrition Hill’s is known for but in new and innovative ways,” said Dave Baloga, Vice President, Science & Technology for Hill’s Pet Nutrition. “As we think about how we can help pets flourish and create a better, more sustainable world, we are keenly interested in exploring additional ways to take a science-first approach to pet nutrition. This alternative protein source marks a step forward on our sustainability journey to use science to help provide the best possible care for pets…

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    Protein Hydrolysate Market for Animal Feed Application Worth $880mn by 2027, Says GMI

    SELBYVILLE, Del., June 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The protein hydrolysate market for animal feed application is expected to cross USD 880 Million by 2027, according to a new research report by Global Market Insights Inc. Rising demand for healthy & safe animal feed along growing awareness about livestock health will propel the industry landscape. Protein Hydrolysate Market for Animal Feed Application Worth $880mn by 2027, Says GMI Animal protein hydrolysate are the good source of protein for newly weaned animals. Animal protein hydrolysate are categorized in poultry protein hydrolysate, bovine protein hydrolysate, and pig protein hydrolysate. Protein hydrolysate from animal by-products including antioxidants, antimicrobials, and other bioactive molecules offers promising applications…

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    Europe alternative protein market for animal feed industry

    Selbyville, Delaware, May 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Seasoned analysts cite that Europe alternative protein market for animal feed industry is projected to grow substantially between 2021-2026, thereby surpassing a valuation of USD 950 million by the year 2026. This expansion can be credited to surging demand of high protein animal feed due to increasing focus on enhancing health performance, immune systems, and growth of animals. Key growth drivers and opportunities that will maximize profits in the forthcoming years are given in the report as well. Moreover, major challenges and threats, along with methods to subdue their effects are elucidated in the study. Proceeding further, the research literature analyses the…

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    Hamlet Protein reports strong growth, flags young animal nutrition market as buoyant

    The company just released its annual report for 2020. New financing agreements increased the company’s liquidity and provided Hamlet Protein flexibility to pursue further growth, said the CEO, Erik Visser, who was appointed mid-2019 to lead a restructuring of the company and review of its strategy. “We refinanced our debt with Nordea. The new financing agreements were tailored to the needs of Hamlet’s strategy plan and provide significantly increased liquidity. Furthermore, they resulted in reduced interest expenses, an extended maturity of the loan facilities, and added flexibility on the financial covenants,”​ he told us. Cost levels were aligned with business size, a hands-on management team was appointed and a more customer…