RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Norwegian Salmon Group will phase out the use of Brazilian-grown soy in its feeds, the group said in a press release.

This Group's 44 members comprise small and medium-sized farmers, but together they purchase around 12 percent of all fish feed that is sold to salmon and trout farmers in Norway, which translates as 190,00 tons per year.

Three weeks ago, Salmon Group signed a deal with fish feed manufacturer, BioMar, for a bespoke feed formulation. Salmon Group said that along with that measure, the decision to remove Brazilian soy means the . . .

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