Huvepharma is our Corporate Member, and as part of the membership benefits will present an interesting presentation next week on Tuesday, December 14, at 14:00h (CET/Brussels time).
John Williamson will present a webinar on “The potential for enzymes to support improvements in economic and environmental sustainability in aquaculture”.
John Williamson is a fish nutritionist and has worked within the global aquaculture feed sector for more than 30 years. He is an innovative and strategic thinker with extensive experience in aquaculture feed formulation, product management and feed manufacturing. His current and main area of interest is identifying and developing the value proposition for novel and functional ingredients that can make a difference to aquaculture.
With an anticipated 9 billion people expected to inhabit the planet by 2050, the demand for animal protein is expected to increase by more than 50%. Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food production sectors and has great potential for ensuring future food security for the world’s growing population. However, given this global development of aquaculture production, concerns are also being raised about the environmental consequences and the on-going sustainability credentials. These concerns continue grow as the aquaculture sector expands and it is vital that the industry focusses on strategies to ensure sustainable and affordable growth.
This presentation will provide an insight into how the incorporation of enzymes into aquaculture feeds can improve the nutritional value of feed, reduce environment impact and become part of an effective strategy to support profitable and sustainable growth within the aquaculture sector.
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