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European protein transition changes production and use of proteins Vienna - Donau Soja connects Europe bean by bean and has done so since 2012. "We wanted to establish an association of progressive companies, with the involvement of civil society, with the goal of a...
Egg production in Austria is European champion in climate and environmental protection Vienna. Austria's laying hen farmers have avoided one million tonnes of the harmful greenhouse gas CO2 since switching to feeding with Donau Soja in 2013 to date. This is more than...
Kyiv – According to the latest data from the Ministry of Agriculture of Ukraine, in June 2022 Ukraine exported 2.17 million tons of grains, legumes, oilseeds and by-products, which is 470,000 tons or 25% more than in the previous month.
According to official information from the Ukrainian Ministry of Agriculture, the sowing of soya in Ukraine is almost finished. Taras Vysotskiy, First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, announced that Ukraine has planted 1.25 million hectares of soya this year.
Europe is aiming for a record year in soya: This year’s total soya area is predicted to grow to 4.5 million ha in 2022, which makes +4.3 % compared to 2021. Soya area in the EU-27 is predicted to expand by 12 % to a record 1.09 million ha.
Increasing volumes of sustainable soya in Ukraine despite war.
The war against Ukraine has made the agricultural markets nervous. While the export situation for commodities following the Russian blockade of Black Sea ports looks rather bad, the situation for soya is completely different.
The life cycle assessment (LCA) datasets of Donau Soja and Europe Soya-certified soybeans are now publicly available as a so-called “branded dataset” via Blonk Consultants’ Agri-footprint portal.
On-farm, regional and organic feed are a contribution to climate mitigation Schwäbisch Hall (Southern Germany) - By using Donau Soja / Europe Soyacertified animal feed, “Schwäbisch-Hällisches Qualitätsschweinefleisch g.g.A.” (Swabian-Hall pork) avoids 31% of the...
Aarhus, Vienna – Today BioMar, one of the leading suppliers of feed to the aquaculture industry worldwide and the Vienna based Donau Soja Organisation presented BioMar’s successful Protein Partnership with Donau Soja in Croatia. BioMar is the first one in the aqua industry to participate in this programme.
Switching to European soya reduces the carbon footprint of fish feed in aquaculture by a factor of 4.
22 January 2021 - A new report on CO2 emissions in Norwegian aquaculture regarding soy feed shows a way for the UK to reduce greenhouse gases. The carbon footprint of fish feed used in Norway could be significantly reduced by replacing Brazilian soya with certified...