Adisseo’s aqua conference tackles crisis with new insights


Adisseo will be hosting its second edition of the [email protected] on November 23 under the theme “The New Blue is Green”.

The on-line event, initiated in March, offers an attractive conference program combined with a virtual booth experience.

In this second edition, the conference will be looking at novel techniques and alternative proteins which can help improve sustainability and economic resilience of aquaculture producers.

“What is the market outlook on novel proteins such as insect protein, what to expect from alternative protein sources in shrimp feed formulation, can feed additives relieve the carbon footprint of aquaculture production, can nutritionists anticipate on thermal stress in view of global warming, what is the significance of a better understanding of the microbiome for the farmer? We have invited five experts to share their views on these hot topics during a sharp 3 hour-webinar”, says Dr. Peter Coutteau, BU Director Aquaculture at Adisseo.

The topics seek to address the issues the aquaculture industry has been facing lately, especially as Dr Coutteau believes that the ‘challenging times are here to stay’.

The virtual booth will have information kiosks around hot topics in aquaculture nutrition and health. Hot topics covered include fish health, white faeces syndrome in shrimp, feed cost efficiency, digestive performance and farm care. At every kiosk, participants can pick up some information or chat with one of Adisseo’s aqua experts.”

The conference program can be consulted here and will be open access. Participants are kindly requested to register here or contact the conference organizer at this email.

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