White Dog Labs, a New Castle-based biotech company, has inked a deal with Cargill Inc. to provide White Dog’s ProTyton single-cell protein for use in aquaculture.
Cargill, which is based in Minneapolis, plans to use ProTyton in salmon feed, and possibly in the future as feed for shrimp and other species, the companies said in a press release.
“We’re honored to partner with Cargill to lead the industry in the application of highly scalable alternative proteins for aquaculture, White Dog Labs CEO Bryan Tracy said in the release.
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