No fish oil or meal in farmed fish diet

Carnivorous fish can be fed a diet containing no fish meal or fish oil Photo: Doug Perrine/

Researchers in Hawaii have made a breakthrough in the quest to develop a cost-effective, fish-free feed for farm-raised Kampachi, or almaco jack, a carnivorous marine fish.

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