Will you be the winner of the All About Feed award?

04-01-2016 | |
Will you be the winner of the All About Feed award?
Will you be the winner of the All About Feed award?

All About Feed, in association with Victam, is again organising the prestigious animal nutrition award. We invite companies to send in their innovations that made an impact in the world of animal nutrition and ingredients.

The entries will be ranked on their relevance and value to the feed industry. The winner of this award will be granted to the most striking innovations on show at FIAAP & Victam Asia 2016, held 29-31 March in Bangkok, Thailand. All nominations will be named on the website of All About Feed. All entries are subject to the utmost confidentiality until publication.

Deadline February 1st

Companies can send in their feed ingredient and/or feedstuff and/or nutrition technology for animal feed and/or petfood before February 1st 2016. To participate in this contest, the innovation or new product has to be: introduced to the market after 1st January 2014; a contribution to the industry; of high practical value and your company has to be present at the show with a booth. Exhibitors can nominate their product via the exhibitor manual they have received via Victam. Or send an email to innovation@reedbusiness.nl for more information.

Previous winners

At the last Victam/FIAAP Asia in 2014, Biomin was the big winner with their product FUMzyme®, the first purified enzyme used to detoxify mycotoxins in animals and was successfully introduced to the Asian market in March 2013. At the Victam International 2015, the award went to Adifo for their new concept: One tool – MultiModel – MultiSpecies. Adam Sneep, CEO of Adifo: “The Adifo team and I are very proud to have been granted this award. We feel it to be a confirmation of our continuous drive to focus on innovation in technology and software development.”

At Victam Asia, All About Feed will also be present with a booth and internet café. We are looking forward to meeting you there!

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Emmy Koeleman Freelance editor