Welcome to the website of EUfishmeal.
We represent the voice of European fishmeal and fish oil producers in Denmark, Faroe Islands, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Norway and United Kingdom.
We provide the input for a growing global aquaculture sector and help feed the world healthy fish products.
With members from all major fishmeal and fish oil producing countries of the European continent, EUfishmeal represent:
Fishmeal and fish oil
A detailed review of the current knowledge on raw material quality and seasonal variation, processing methods and the nutritional properties and characteristics of fishmeal and fish oils will be provided and discussed at the workshop.
The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2018 presents FAO’s official world fishery and aquaculture statistics.
April the 26th 2018 the general assembly took place in Brussels. Members of the board from Denmark, Norway, UK, Ireland, Faroe Islands, Iceland and secretariat were attending the meeting.
"the fishmeal industry supports the production of a significantly greater volume of protein for humanity than would be supplied merely through the direct consumption of the fish used as raw material in the production process.”
Read the response from IFFO to the Fish-Free Feed Challenge. EUfishmeal supports the views of IFFO.
EUfishmeal was happy to be invited to present the industry´s views in the 2nd Submariner Conference ”Better off blue” in Berlin.The session ”Changing markets for Marine Protein sources in feed” gave some interesting views on the current and expected market of marine raw material.
With participants from Denmark, Norway, UK, Ireland, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Germany and Sweden, the whole European fishmeal and fish oil industry was attending this year´s conference. It was four days full of interesting presentations, discussions, networking and exploring both Dublin and the Irish countryside.
Fishmeal and fish oil are responsible marine ingredients based on certified sustainable fisheries. That is a message we want to communicate to the public and our responsibility is a tool to do so.
With more than 110 participants from 10 european countries this years conference in Ireland is the biggest to date.
A recent event which claimed that a new alternative
source of omega-3s in aquafeeds is more sustainable than fish oil was “misleading”, according to Neil Auchterlonie, Technical Director of IFFO.
A new study shows that marine omega 3 fatty acids are necessary in feed to protect the good health of the farmed salmon.
EUfishmeal was invited to participate in a panel debate discussing the posssible use of discardfish in the fishmeal and fish oil industry.
A new report from the Pelagic Advisory Council:
“The climate of our planet is changing and it affects the marine environment"
"From a nutritional standpoint, fishmeal is the preferred animal protein supplement"