PACIFIC WHITE SHRIMP THRIVE WITH ANTARCTIC KRILL IN THE DIET
To achieve economic success in shrimp farming, it is important to ensure minimal feed waste, high growth of shrimp, as well as a healthy (and disease-free) crop. These are universal challenges faced by every shrimp farmer.
KRILL ACROSS SPECIES
We are dedicated to science, researching the effects of krill on humans, pets, farmed fish and shrimp. Across species, krill is proven to have beneficial traits for health and performance.
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THE MAGIC OF THE TINY CRUSTACEANS
Krill naturally live in all oceans world over.
This might be why fish and shrimp love the taste of QRILL products and therefore eat more when feed contains inclusion of krill. What is this creature krill? What is the magic of this ingredient in aquafeed? Read more to find out.
"We are facing a drastic change in the world's food system where we must harvest and produce more food in a more sustainable way to meet the needs of a rapidly growing world population. QRILL Aqua which originates from Aker BioMarine's krill fishery in Antarctica is considered one of the world's most sustainable fisheries, and with its functional qualities for growth and health is one part of the solution for the feed industry of the future.
Pål Einar Skogrand
Director Sustainability and Antarctic Affairs
HOW CAN QRILL BENEFIT YOUR BUSINESS?
Our QRILL products are proven to benefit aquafeeds.
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MARINE & FRESHATER FISH
Aker BioMarine secures FDA approval for QRILL Aqua in the United States
The US salmon farming industry can now benefit from the proven health and nutritional benefits of krill. As of June 10th, the Food and Drug...
QRILL Aqua strengthens team with two new executive hires
Oslo, May 24, 2022: Aker BioMarine is adding to its Animal Health and Nutrition Business Unit organizational chart after successfully recruiting two...
New study: Krill meal exhibits highest protein and amino acid digestibility in shrimp diets
Researchers at Labomar, the Marine Sciences Institute in NE Brazil, published a new study that tests the digestibility of shrimp feed ingredients...