Building on existing regional roundtables focused primarily on feed manufacturers, we use a whole value chain approach to engage all users of marine ingredients and other stakeholders interested in working collaboratively to increase the availability of sustainable marine ingredients. These include livestock and pet feeds, nutraceuticals, certifications, trade associations, fishmeal, feed and aquaculture producers, scientists, and NGOs.
We foster and support precompetitive efforts by members to:
Our members are representatives of the value chain with a major interest in improving the sustainability of marine ingredients and increasing availability of sustainable marine ingredients, as well as a commitment to actively support the Roundtable. They are invited by the Secretariat and their fees provide funds for the roundtable projects.
Our members are: The Federation of European Aquaculture Producers (FEAP), Global Seafood Alliance (GSA), Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC), Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), Nissui, BioMar, Cargill, Skretting, OLVEA, Nestle, MarinTrust, Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) and IFFO The Marine Ingredients Organisation.
Our work is divided into a series of project streams, chosen and run by the members. The current active stream is focusing on West African Fisheries.
The Global Roundtable on Marine Ingredients is playing a key role to address some of the main challenges that we face as industry. For Skretting this is an opportunity to share, learn and collaborate with other stakeholders to find solutions that allow us to improve the sustainability and availability of marine ingredients to feed a growing population with safe and nutritious seafood proteins.
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GSA’s vision is for a world that embraces the role of responsible seafood in meeting global nutrition needs. We fully support the work of the Global Roundtable and its contribution to the sustainable management of marine resources.
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Global supplier of Omega 3 fish oils, OLVEA strives to act for fisheries improvement and the sustainability of marine ingredients.
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Our planet is in crisis and urgent action is required. The Global Roundtable on Marine Ingredients are able to move with agility and deploy science-based initiatives faster than governments. That is why BioMar are proud members of this.
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Cargill believes in the importance of ensuring access to sustainable marine ingredients and the Roundtable gives us the opportunity to address key issues across different regions of the world. As a pre-competitive multi-stakeholder initiative, it gives the industry and wider value chain a unique opportunity take action together.
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European aquaculture producers strive for developing sustainable food systems that are fair, healthy and environmentally friendly. FEAP is pleased to engage with the Global Roundtable on marine ingredients to lead together the way towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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Stakeholder engagement is key to MarinTrust's approach: a foundation and an imperative to pursue its development. We believe that collaboration is a powerful way to continue ongoing efforts in improving global responsibility in the sourcing and production of marine ingredients.
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