Feeding the Future

In a world with limited natural resources and a growing population, we want to use our scale and the power of innovation to lead the change towards more circular and renewable food production methods, with care and consideration for the people and nature that make them possible.

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About Trouw Nutrition

We have a 90-year history of dedication to innovation and deep experience in developing smarter and more sustainable ways of raising healthy farm animals and companion animals. Our broad portfolio of feed specialties, feed additives, premixes and nutritional models and services, along with our ever-increasing expertise in feed, farm and health make us a one-stop-shop with limitless opportunities to create tailored, integrated solutions suited to each customer’s local situation. And we are everywhere our customers need us, with a presence in 105 countries. We believe the power of nutrition and good farm management can transform our industry – and even our planet. So, we are challenging how the feed-to-food chain works today, to create a brighter future, from planet to plate.

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WWF calls Nutreco’s RoadMap 2025 a potential game changer

Sustainable precision farming
WWF recently published a business brief analysing Nutreco’s sustainability RoadMap 2025 and how it could be a game changer for animal feed sustainability. The brief highlighted the importance of company-led action to combat climate change and said Nutreco’s plan provides an example of how food industry leaders can set ambitious and tangible yet realistic targets.
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Nutreco publishes Sustainability Report 2021 focused on increased transparency

Today, global leader in animal nutrition Nutreco published its Sustainability Report 2021.
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Trouw Nutrition Presents Dietary Strategies to Support Enteric Health at International Symposium on Digestive Physiology of Pigs

Trouw Nutrition will present recent research findings on strategies to manage pigs' enteric health without compromising animal performance or producer economics during the 15th International Symposium on Digestive Physiology of Pigs (DPP).
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