Forum & Expo "ProteinTek"

Trends and technologies in the production and use of feed proteins: plant, microbial, insects.

Forum is dedicated to the production and use of feed proteins: plant, microbial, insects and will be held on September 21-22, 2022 in Moscow.

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Who will attend:

  • Őanufacturers, importers and processors of soybeans, sunflower meal, peas, rapeseed and other vegetable proteins.
  • Manufacturers dry stillage & spent grains.
  • Producers of feed protein from methane and other non-traditional sources.
  • Producers of feed yeast.
  • Manufacturers of compound feeds.

Take note: "ProProtein-2022" Forum & Expo
Production and use of animal (fishmeal, meat and bone meal, feather meal) & synthetic proteins (cultured meat) animal (fishmeal & MBM) & synthetic proteins (cultured meat).
September 22, 2022 in Moscow.
www.proprotein.org

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News

Protein Production Launches in Major Latin American Aquafeed Hub

†11.12.2021 11:12:17

On December 1st, Ecuador's Bioconversión S.A. launched a plant making feed ingredients from black soldier fly larvae fed on food processing waste-a first for Latin America, according to Forbes Ecuador.

Russia sets its sights on rebuilding feed industry

†11.03.2020 09:56:33

The Russian government wants to pump billions into a major project to make the domestic feed industry more effective and efficient, but it's likely to cost more.

Feed Additives Market Worth $39.7 Billion by 2027

†11.03.2020 09:53:03

According to a new market research report titled "Feed Additives Market by Type (Acidifiers, Probiotics, Enzyme, Antioxidants, Antibiotics, Amino Acids, Vitamins, Minerals), Animal Type (Poultry, Aquatic Animals), Source (Synthetic), and Geography- Global Forecast to 2027", in terms of value, the global feed additives market is expected to reach $39.7 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 5.1% during the forecast period of 2019 to 2027; whereas, in terms of volume, the market is expected to reach 27,832 KT by 2027.

Plant-based meat alternatives crowd U.S. grocery stores

†21.08.2019 12:27:11

(Reuters) - Plant-based meat alternatives have seen booming interest from consumers, prompting a growing number of companies to enter the space in hopes of carving out a spot for their products in the competitive supermarket aisle.

Making Protein From Thin Air? Yes, Startups Are Doing It

†22.07.2019 10:36:23

As the population sets to explode to about 10 billion people on the planet by 2050, many are concerned we're moving into a situation where we cannot produce enough of the essential nutrients to feed our populous using traditional agriculture. Some claim we've already exceeded the carrying capacity of the earth-or the maximum population size of a species the environment can sustain indefinitely.

Fast growth for insects for feed market

†22.07.2019 10:35:29

It is estimated that edible insects for animal feed market will reach US$ 267.9 million by the end of 2018 in terms of value, and is forecasted to reach US$ 2385.6 million by the end of 2029.

Microalgae: Suitable protein for cows

†22.07.2019 10:33:43

Recent studies with dairy cows have proven that there are no biological or physiological constraints to use microalgae as protein feeds in intensive milk production systems.

Russia: —onstruction complete at Unibio/Protelux commercial scale methane to protein plant

†15.09.2018 07:25:54

Two of the four U-Loop reactors visible during the Protelux construction process. Notice the size of the worker in the bottom of the picture.In Russia, Protelux completed the construction of its 6000 ton per year methane-to-proteins plant, based on Unibio technology. The parties are currently testing the plant and expect to commission it by late 2018.

07 September: Black Sea Grain and Oilseeds 2017/18

†27.07.2017 13:44:03

The XXIII International Conference "Black Sea Grain and Oilseeds 2017/18" will take place on September, 07 in the hotel "Azimut Moscow Olympic". The Russian Grain Union and the Institute for Agricultural Market Studies will host this oldest Russian grain conference. The conference is held under support of the Russian Ministry of Agriculture.

New facilities for advanced soybean processing to be built in Russia

†26.06.2017 10:39:51

LLC Isolate is planning to construct a new soybean processing plant in the Lipetsk special economic zone. The amount of investment is estimated at RUB 3.3 Bl. The start of the active construction phase is scheduled for late summer. Land survey works have been completed to date, geological prospecting is under way now, as well as preparation for holding a contest among design agencies.

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