Chinese-German cooperation to develop 'SuperBio' tilapia
(L-R) Prof. Kai Mertins, Prof. Zhang, Li Meng, Kourosh Pourkian and Mark Schlichte. (Photo: Pourkian GmbH)
Several German and Chinese companies signed an agreement this month to produce completely controlled `Organic SuperBio Tilapia´ to sell in Europe and China.
The Baader Group, the Pourkian Group, the Fraunhofer Institute for production lines and construction techniques, San’an Technology Group and Maoming Hi-Taste Aquatic Product Technology Co Ltd all signed the deal on 12 June.
“We want to bring high quality products into the market, with an own philosophy, according to the today’s way of living and in a quality, which can be checked by the consumer immediately,” told Dr Dietrich Fischer, programme manager of poultry and fish at the Pourkian Group.
In recent years, a market for high class bio products has grown steadily in Germany and China. To serve thes...
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