Yorkshire fish food company launches into global aquaculture industryAugust 16, 2019World Feeds are pleased to announce the launch of Vita Aqua Feeds (VAF), a new range of unique feed products targeted at cleaner fish in salmon farming - looking to make a huge impact on global aquaculture. Cleaner fish, such as lumpfish and wrasse, are used as a natural and biological solution to maintaining the welfare and environment of farmed salmon. Of course, these vital animals have their own dietary needs that have to be catered to in order for them to fulfil their purpose on the fish farm. VAF is a pioneering solution that is poised to revolutionise how cleaner fish are fed and managed in fish farms around the world.
Designed specifically for the dietary requirements of lumpfish and wrasse, the unique feed blocks combine with World Feeds innovative feeding stations, engineered in-house, to provide practical and efficient methods of maintaining the cleaner fish. Extensive scientific studies in Norway and Scotland have demonstrated that the high quality complete diets offer a multitude of benefits to the fish, improving general health and welfare and, crucially, increasing their effectiveness in performing their role on the fish farm.
World Feeds Ltd have always operated on the simple premise of improving the way fish are fed. They combine their unique formulations, sustainably sourced ingredients and engineering expertise to create our unparalleled fish food products (including the flagship Vitalis Aquatic Nutrition range) that World Feeds have been producing since our inception in 2004. Our products are manufactured and distributed to over 40 different international markets - all from one location in the heart of Yorkshire. Their high quality diets have been embraced by leading public aquariums including Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo and they are excited to be bringing that same standard of nutrition to the aquaculture industry.
For more information visit the Vita Aqua feeds and World feeds websites.
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