Welcome to the website of Marine Ingredients Denmark
We represent the producers of fishmeal and fish oil in the Kingdom of Denmark. With a focus on sustainability and high quality, the Danish industry is the leading producer in Europe and number 7 globally.
Our sector contributes significantly to economic growth and employment in coastal regions.
We are members of EUfishmeal and The International Fishmeal and Fish Oil Organization (IFFO) and are committed to following IFFO´s international standard for responsible behavior (IFFO RS) as well as the IFFO code of conduct.
Fishmeal and fish oil
Fishmeal and fish oil are valuable marine ingredients and the production of fishmeal and fish oil plays a crucial role in the development of a globally growing aquaculture sector.
We help feed the world healthy fish products by bringing the important omega 3 fatty acids in to the human food chain.
Fishmeal and fish oil provide a balanced amount of all essential amino acids, minerals, phospholipids and omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA).
ICES, har offentliggjort deres rådgivning for tobisfiskeriet i 2018 og det ser desværre ud til at resultere i en væsentligt lavere kvote end i det forgangne år. For område 1, 2 og 4 foreslås der i alt en kvote på 198.806 tons mod 458.552 tons i 2017.
Copenhagen Economics, har på vegne af Marine Ingredients Denmark, DFPO, DPPO, DSA og DH foretaget en analyse af det betydningsfulde økonomiske fodaftryk fiskeriet og forarbejdningsindustrien sætter.
Både TV-Avisen og Folketinget har de seneste dage sat arbejdspladser i bl.a. fiskemelsindustrien under lup.
Fiskeriminister Karen Ellemann lagde fredag vejen forbi TripleNine A/S i Thyborøn, hvor hun mødtes med bestyrelsen for Marine Ingredients Denmark.
The director of Marine Ingredients Denmark, Anne Mette Bæk, has been elected as the new Vice President of IFFO. The two-year term begins on january the 1st 2018. Congratulations!
"the fishmeal industry supports the production of a significantly greater volume of protein for humanity than would be supplied merely through the direct consumption of the fish used as raw material in the production process.”