Sustainable Food Science - A Comprehensive Approach 2023
DOI: 10.1016/b978-0-12-823960-5.00085-8
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Feed Ingredients for Sustainable Aquaculture

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“…While the present study employed a blend of seven alternative proteins and KM as a putative palatant, protein fractions from a wider variety of sources will undoubtedly become increasingly important as supply chains fluctuate and popular seafood species must be fed on cost-effective blended feeds. It is inevitable that new plant-based protein blends will be identified that more resemble the nutritional qualities of FM while reducing the potential for nutrient deficiencies [24,25,117]. As pressure increases for the inclusion of alternative proteins to replace FM, the incorporation of rendered products too will inevitably expand [118,119].…”
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“…While the present study employed a blend of seven alternative proteins and KM as a putative palatant, protein fractions from a wider variety of sources will undoubtedly become increasingly important as supply chains fluctuate and popular seafood species must be fed on cost-effective blended feeds. It is inevitable that new plant-based protein blends will be identified that more resemble the nutritional qualities of FM while reducing the potential for nutrient deficiencies [24,25,117]. As pressure increases for the inclusion of alternative proteins to replace FM, the incorporation of rendered products too will inevitably expand [118,119].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Conventionally, the replacement of FM in salmon feeds has been undertaken using both plant-derived and animal by-product ingredients [18]. Some diets, and especially those having higher levels of plant proteins, have been associated with reduced feed intake, poorer feed conversion, and corresponding growth penalties [19][20][21][22][23][24]. This diminished growth has been attributed to several factors, including imbalances in dietary essential (EAA) and dispensable (DAA) amino acids, the presence of indigestible starch/fiber, anti-nutritional factors (ANFs), and decreased feed palatability [24,25].…”
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