Unveiling some of the major updates for the GFLI database

The next update of the Global Feed LCA Institute’s LCA database for feed ingredients is planned for release before the end of 2021. Here’s an exclusive sneak preview of the major updates. With the comprehensive update planned for fall 2021, major improvements will be implemented that will affect the data in the inventory and the …

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New data: blood based animal proteins from The European Animal Protein Association

The European Animal Protein Association (EAPA) has contributed two datasets to the GFLI database as of August 2021, bringing in valuable data on blood-based animal proteins hemoglobin and plasma powder. Animal proteins are valued ingredients in food and feed. Blood-based animal proteins are a by-product from the meat processing industry and can be repurposed into …

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Centrico Veevoeders joins GFLI as new member!

The Global Feed LCA Institute (GFLI) announces a new member: Centrico Veevoeders, purchasing organization for feed companies. Centrico is a purchasing organization representing 18 compound feed producers in The Netherlands. Founded in 1984 by four feed mills, Centrico expanded their business to where it is these days. An organization fully focused on sourcing raw materials …

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New data: Rendered Animal By-products from the EU

For the last several months, the European Fat Processors and Renderers Association (EFPRA) has been finalizing its data-in project on rendered animal by-products within the European Union. Rendering is the process that convert by-products from the meat and livestock industry into usable materials. In that way, rendering contributes to sustainability and European objectives to move …

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The first inaugural meeting by the Scientific Advisory Council held April 26 2021

April 26th marked the inaugural meeting for the Global Feed LCA Institute’s Scientific Advisory Council (SAC). The Council is made up of experts in life cycle assessment methodologies and environmental and animal nutrition fields, each possessing a vast range of regional and sectoral experience. The inaugural meeting was opened by GFLI’s Chair Nick Major, followed …

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Evonik Animal Nutrition becomes GFLI’s newest member

The Global Feed LCA Institute (GFLI) announces a new member: Evonik Animal Nutrition, Evonik’s business line which focuses on solutions for healthy, efficient, and sustainable animal nutrition.   Evonik Animal Nutrition’s goal is to provide as many people as possible with access to high-quality, affordable, animal protein produced with due regard for animal welfare and …

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Agritech company Agxiata is welcomed as member to GFLI

The Global Feed LCA Institute (GFLI) announces new member Agxiata, a UK-based start-up aiming for a more financially and environmentally sustainable farming industry through technological advancement services. Agxiata is an agricultural technology software services, providing integrated Artificial Intelligence – Machine Learning (AI-ML) enabled services for the advancement of Environmental Sustainability, Financial Resilience and Provenance for …

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Announcement: Dutch feed industry association Nevedi joins GFLI

GFLI is proud to announce Nevedi, the Dutch feed industry association, joined as a GFLI member and is the second association to join since Sindirações. Nevedi is active in dialogue and research between her members, government, NGOs, industry, research institutes and other entities for the contribution of a sustainable animal and livestock sector. The success …

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