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Top 10 hot issues of the global shrimp industry

Top 10 hot issues of the global shrimp industry

Top 10 hot issues of the global shrimp industry

(Summary description)In 2017, the total global shrimp production exceeded 4.3 million tons, a year-on-year increase of about 7.5%, of which China, India, Ecuador, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and other six major producing countries produced more than 80% of global shrimp production. More than 80% of China ’s cultured shrimp production comes from P. vannamei. So far, P. vannamei has developed in China for more than 20 years and has formed a huge industrial chain. However, in recent years, diseases of P. vannamei breeding have emerged endlessly. According to survey data from the Global Aquaculture Alliance (Figure 1), disease and aquaculture costs are the main difficulties and challenges currently facing global South American aquaculture. How to improve the survival rate and reduce the cost of culture of P. vannamei is the necessary way to increase the international competitiveness of P. vannamei culture in China!

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In 2017, the total global shrimp production exceeded 4.3 million tons, a year-on-year increase of about 7.5%, of which China, India, Ecuador, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and other six major producing countries produced more than 80% of global shrimp production. More than 80% of China ’s cultured shrimp production comes from P. vannamei. So far, P. vannamei has developed in China for more than 20 years and has formed a huge industrial chain. However, in recent years, diseases of P. vannamei breeding have emerged endlessly. According to survey data from the Global Aquaculture Alliance (Figure 1), disease and aquaculture costs are the main difficulties and challenges currently facing global South American aquaculture. How to improve the survival rate and reduce the cost of culture of P. vannamei is the necessary way to increase the international competitiveness of P. vannamei culture in China!
 
 
 
        With the help of the internationally advanced bio-fermentation technology, Xijie Group's biochemical division has uniquely developed and produced a single Bacillus aerobic fermentation protein powder ?? Soytide in China and even globally. Fast-acting peptide is a product of aerobic solid fermentation of soybean meal from Bacillus. Bacillus grows fast and has strong ability to secrete proteases. It is the preferred strain for fermentation of soybean meal. High digestion and absorption rate, good water stability (Figure 3). Quick-acting peptides contain 107 high-temperature resistant Bacillus, and there are still live bacteria after granulation at high temperature (even after puffing) (Figure 4). Aquatic animals can improve their intestinal health, enhance immunity, improve water quality, and reduce shrimp mortality after eating. . Through the practice in P. vannamei farming, we found that fast-acting peptides can replace fishmeal in shrimp culture and reduce the cost of farming; it has significant effects in enhancing the intestinal health of shrimp, reducing mortality, and improving water quality, and it is worth trying!
 
 
 
Feasibility Study on Fast Food Peptide Replacement of Fish Meal
 
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