26 January 2024
Johannas supports the authorities in their efforts to improve permit processes
Laws and regulations are poorly adapted to future food production.
Over the past two years, several authorities have worked together with several companies to improve the permit processes in a project called One Stop Myndighetsshop (Government shop). The project selected four companies in a pilot project where a new simplified process was investigated, where one of the companies was Johannas.Read more.
- 2023-07-25 07:06
18 April 2023
Joint industry initiative aims to develop the feed of the future: Insects and mussels to replace wild-caught fish and soya
Johannas joins a consortium of 21 organisations that bet big on the future of animal feed. Axfoundation and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) are bringing together practitioners and researchers from across Sweden to develop the feed of the future for poultry, laying hens, fish, and pigs. Read more
- 2022-11-17 15:23
- 2022-09-27 15:43
- 2022-08-09 10:12
31 March 2022
Mussel farming in circular nutrient loops
Mussel farming in the Baltic sea can be a really good component of the circular nutrient cycle that we are working with. It has been mentioned by some that farming mussels would not be an economically feasible way of dealing with the eutrophication of the Baltic, but data from the last few years of mussel farming show something different. Read more..
- 2022-01-05 00:00
- 2021-09-14 00:00