Researchers upcycle soybean waste for fish food

A team of scientists from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore successfully replaced half of the fish meal protein for a population of farmed Asian sea bass with a single-cell protein made from soybean processing wastewater.

The study, which was run in partnership with the Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering and Temasek Polytechnic’s Aquaculture Innovation Centre, used wastewater from soybean processors sp…

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Emily Little is an associate editor of Food Technology ([email protected]).
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