Agrisoma's carinata seed is the grain that is harvested and contains 40% oil and 60% animal feed. (CNW Group/Agrisoma Biosciences Inc.)
Agrisoma's Carinata seed is the grain that is harvested and contains 40% oil and 60% animal feed

Carinata seed gets FDA approval as new animal feed

Carinata produces oil that can be used to make low-carbon biofuels for aviation industry.

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has granted Quebec-based Agrisoma Biosciences Inc. regulatory clearance to produce a new low-carbon, genetically modified organism-free animal feed.

The approval gives Agrisoma agricultural license to commercialize a protein byproduct of the carinata oilseed.

Carinata is currently grown by farmers to produce oil that makes low-carbon biofuels for the aviation industry. In an announcement, Agrisoma said it has discovered a natural protein

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