In recent years, attention has been focused on addressing the global challenges of hunger, malnutrition and impaired health in our population. Since 2014, aquaculture has provided more ﬁsh for human consumption than capture ﬁsheries, and by 2030 it is expected to contribute 60% of the total ﬁsh and shrimp available for human consumption. Expanding the role of aquaculture towards ending hunger and all forms of malnutrition is as important as the focus on increasing production. Aquaculture is uniquely positioned to be one of the driving forces needed to address the nutrition challenges that we face in the world today.
Aquaculture is uniquely positioned to be one of the driving forces needed to meet the protein demand for our future generations.
We are committed to lead and help the aquaculture industry to build a robust and sustainable transformation worldwide, and to accelerate solutions that will foster a brighter future for everyone.
We use science to innovate. We collaborate with stakeholders across the value chain and address key challenges.
Delivering optimum environmental, nutrition, health & welfare is the key challenge that will limit the growth of aquaculture if not addressed within planetary boundaries.
We care about water and the life above and below its surface. We focus on marine resources and animal health and welfare, water quality and freshwater use, terrestrial resources and human health.
We supply innovative nutrition and health solutions to preserve water, the life above the surface and below and enable the sustainable growth of the aquaculture industry in the next decades.
Expanding the role of aquaculture towards ending hunger and all forms of malnutrition is as important as the focus on increasing production. We provide innovative solutions to deliver fish and shrimp with superior product quality, extended shelf life, consistent colour and optimal nutritional values to the consumer.
The amount of fresh water on earth is limited, and its quality is under constant pressure. Current aquaculture inland production represents more than 50% of world total production dominated by carp, tilapia, catfish and shrimp. We provide innovative solutions to reduce phosphorus and nitrogen environmental footprint, improve water quality for enabling sustainable animal production.
Health of farmed fish and shrimp is essential to guarantee sustainable and profitable growth of the aquaculture industry and safeguard final consumers. By ensuring optimum nutrition and optimal gut health, we can improve lifetime performances and reduce antimicrobial use.
Consumer studies indicate that people worldwide have strong cultural preferences regarding the color of the food they eat. DSM’s color measurement tools allow feed producers to supplement their feed with the type and quantity of carotenoids that will deliver precise and consistent food color and meet consumer expectations around the world.
To feed 9.7 billion people by 2050, sustainably and responsibly, and within our planet’s finite resources, the time to change is now. At DSM Animal Nutrition & Health, we’re focusing our passion and expertise on 6 core sustainability & business platforms to support the livestock value chain and address the challenges facing our planet:
Discover through our Feed Talks articles, our customers stories and our employee blogs how we use science to develop innovative, cutting-edge technologies that will help transform the animal farming industry.
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