Cargill opens new fish nutrition research laboratory
Research work at a Cargill laboratory. (Photo: Cargill)
Cargill has opened a USD 1.25 million aquaculture research lab in Dirdal, Norway, dedicated to developing new diets for the fish farming industry.
Representatives of the firm ensured the cutting-edge laboratory will bring together the best lab, nutrition and raw material knowledge of Cargill and EWOS.
The Dirdal lab was built on the Cargill (formerly EWOS) Innovation Center grounds, where research has been conducted for more than 30 years.
The new facility builds on Cargill's existing competence on fish nutrition research and leading analytical capabilities that has earned the company a global reputation as the innovator in the salmon feed industry.
The Dirdal lab joins facilities across the globe, including a USD 10.5 million fish health centre that opened i...
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