Posts tagged with ‘fish protein’

  • Crayfish protein may be useful as emulsifier: Study

    A study published in LWT – Food Science and Technology has suggested that crayfish protein extracted from a flour-like by-product powder produces a stable emulsion with good behavior at the oil/water interface, and may have potential applications in the food industry. “We have demonstrated that crayfish proteins at pH 8 show higher solubility, smaller aggregates and better interfacial activity (higher surface pressure […]
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  • Study investigates sensory properties of ice cream with fish powder

    Ice cream enriched with fish proteins may be acceptable after production, but storage is a problem, according to new research. The study, published in Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, investigated the effects of enriching the frozen confectionery product with fish protein to enhance its nutritional value. The authors, from the University of Iceland and the Iran Fisheries […]
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  • UMBC’s Department of Marine Biotechnology: creating sustainable fish farms that may revolutionize notions of fishing and seafood

    In UMBC’s Department of Marine Biotechnology, Yonathan Zohar and his colleagues are creating sustainable fish farms that may revolutionize our notions of fishing and seafood. Zohar is chair of UMBC’s new Department of Marine Biotechnology. At the Columbus Center, he and his colleagues develop new techniques and technologies to protect the world’s oceans and seas and preserve the life inside […]
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  • Florida: PetroAlgae Protein Concentrate Confirmed as Replacement for High Quality Fishmeal in Tilapia Farming by University of Idaho Study

    PetroAlgae Inc., a leading renewable energy company that licenses its commercial micro-crop technology globally, announced that a third party study done by the Aquaculture Research Institute at the University of Idaho has found that PetroAlgae protein concentrate (PPC) produced as a co-product along with the renewable fuel feedstock by the company’s micro-crop technology system can replace menhaden fishmeal protein at levels […]
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  • Bluewave Marine Ingredients gets GMP for fish protein plant

    Fish protein producer Bluewave Marine Ingredients has announced its joint venture operation in Ecuador has received GMP certification from SGS. The recently formed company produces fish protein isolate at half the price of canned or frozen fish methods, and allows for the inclusion of protein in powder form for products including breads, pastas and soups. “This is an important milestone […]
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  • Scientist in Hawaii Create New Fish Feed Out of Fish

    Fish byproducts may be a new source of fish feed, thanks to research by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-funded scientists in Hawaii. Research scientist Dong-Fang Deng and her colleagues with the Oceanic Institute in Waimanalo, Hawaii, are collaborating with USDA food technologist Peter Bechtel to develop the new fish feeds. Bechtel is with the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Subarctic […]
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  • Marine Ingredients Poised For Accelerated Development

    Inside Cosmeceuticals posted an editorial feature we recently wrote on the future for Marine Ingredients.  Read more below: ———————— Many believe the ocean is where life first started. Then it is no surprise, perhaps, that the biggest potential source for new, bioactive ingredients for the health and beauty market may originate from the same place. With so many new species […]
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  • Work on utilization of seafood byproducts continues in Alaska

    Last November, Chilkoot Fish and Caviar Inc. of Haines was hit with a complaint by the EPA that could cost the company the maximum civil penalty of $177,500 for continuously violating its waste discharge permit under the Clean Water Act over a period of four years. In January 2007, Deep Creek Custom Packaging Inc. of Ninilchik was fined $10,500 by […]
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  • Fish Byproducts used to exterminate rats in Philippines

    Fish paste, a fish by-product, has been proven an effective rat exterminator, particularly with its somehow offensive odor that attracts rodents like commercially produced chemicals, agriculture officials in the Philippines say. More info
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  • Marine proteins shown to be effective to support weight gain in poultry

    The Bluewave Marine Ingredient company in Peru reports that they have had some successful trials using their PerfectDigestTM marine peptide to improve feed conversion and weight gain in poultry. The study, conducted at the  Bangkok Animal Research Center (BARC), showed in an 800 bird matrix that their product provided nearly a 2% FCR improvement and a 3.3% growth improvement in poultry over […]
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