The aquaculture of fish is a significant component of the world’s food system, but it is not without difficulties. These include overfishing, the introduction of non-native species, disease outbreaks, habitat degradation, and water pollution. Furthermore, fish aquaculture can be energy-intensive and frequently requires a large amount of land, which may cause conflicts with nearby populations. The availability of acceptable water resources and the health of fish stocks are also being impacted by climate change. To overcome these obstacles and preserve its long-term viability, the sector must make investments in sustainable aquaculture practices, products, technologies, and research.
Form: Free-flowing powder
Colour: Light Brown
Bacterial Count: Minimum 1 x 10 9 CFU/g
pH Stability: 4 to 9
Temperature Stability: 4°C to 58°C
Safety: Non-GMO, GRAS Status Bacteria
Shelf Life: 2 years from the date of manufacturing