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Effects of Artificial Breeding on Fish Oil Market
Risun Bio-Tech Inc  Apr 13, 2017

Effects of Artificial Breeding on Fish Oil Market

    Because the supply of wild fish has too much uncertainty, this time may need people to the supermarket to 

buy a few artificial breeding fish. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) 

survey data, artificial farmers in 2025 will account for 52% of the total global fish consumption, 2013-2015 

this data is 44%, the upward trend is obvious.


    The prosperity and development of the aquaculture industry is clearly beneficial to the astaxanthin market, 

but will it have a negative impact on the fish market? There is no definite conclusion. Aquaculture suppliers 

have begun to replace the aquatic fish feed with terrestrial raw materials such as soybean oil, although the 

Omega-3 content in the fish has declined, but is conducive to the sustainable development of algae, so that the

supply of Omega-3 products Will be more stable.

    American companies Bunge and TerraVia have developed a DHA-rich algae product for aquaculture fish 

because Omega-3 is extracted directly from seaweed and can naturally increase Omega-3 in fish content. After

 the product is prepared in the fermentor, it will be sent directly to the fishing ground, the middle will not be 

mixed with other ingredients. Taking into account the safety hazards of wild-caught fish, the two companies 

are very informative about their products, which are said to be twice the amount of DHA in ordinary 

commercial fish.