USDA approves Cargill’s plant-based fish oil alternative

(08/08/19)

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved an omega-3 rich fish oil alternative produced by agriculture giant Cargill for aquafeed use in the US, the company said.

Cargill has been developing its Lattitude brand fish oil alternative since 2010. Its teams in Great Falls, Montana, Fort Collins, Colorado, and Blair, Nebraska, have been busy readying to produce large-scale quantities of genetically modified canola, which will be processed into the oil for use in aquafeed.

""This approval means we are on target to deliver Latitude, our sustainable, fish oil alternative made from...........................................................


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