Special Edition: Alternative Proteins

Yeast, algae and insects galore: protein innovations for 2017

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This month, as we look at projects aimed at developing novel sources of proteins for animal feed, we also dip into the archive to give you a flavour of some of our previous coverage on this topic. 

We have pieces on methane gas derived SCP, insect protein developments stateside, Norwegian R&D looking to generate protein from yeast, and more..

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Comments (1)

Rozalin Kostov - 01 May 2017 | 07:29

Yeast, algae and insects galore: protein innovations....

Along with developing novel protein sources for animal feed, it will be wise to look at the traditional use as pigs' food of Amaranthus retroflexus - a plant rich of proteins and also of choline,betaine,rutin and Vitamin C and liked by pigs.

01-May-2017 at 19:29 GMT

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