Countering the dangers of dodgy probiotics

(12/02/19)

 

A tool to "minimise environmental and occupational health risks associated with the use of probiotics in shrimp farming", is being developed by experts at the University of Stirling who are working with senior industry, government and scientific officials from Bangladesh.

Probiotics are microorganisms, mostly bacteria, that can provide health benefits to shrimp and fish when ingested or added to water.

The interdisciplinary team, led by Stirling's Institute of Aquaculture (IoA) is launching the computer-based tool in Bangladesh as it is currently experiencing a growing demand for..............................................................

 


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