Since 2015, tilapia has become the second most produced species in the world after carp and ahead of salmon. These fish are not demanding and are robust when confronted with disease. They adapt to all types of varying salinity levels, their growth is rapid and they have a very high food conversion rate, all of which makes tilapia a species that is easy to raise.
Our knowledge of fish farm feeding enables us to meet the specific requirements of this fish, which although it is mainly vegetarian, has a tendency to be an omnivore.
The tilapia needs a food that is low in proteins and lipids : we are able to offer a suitable range that is highly digestible in order to optimise economic performance.