Monday, January 22, 2018

23/01/2018: F3 Team hosts fish oil challenge webinars

The F3 (Future of Fish Feed) Team invites companies interested in the Fish Oil Challenge to join one of two upcoming informational webinars to discuss the contest rules, including a new change to the product criteria, how to participate as a company or team, and to answer any questions related to the contest.
 


When
Webinar 1:
Thursday, January 25 at 4 PM PST (12 m GMT on Jan. 26) (recommended for Eastern Asia, Oceania, Western North America)

Webinar 2: Friday, January 26 at 5 AM PST (1pm GMT) (recommended for Europe, Africa, Middle East, Western Asia, South America, Eastern North America)

Participants are invited to submit questions in advance through the Contact form on the Challenge website or by emailing f3fishfreefeed@gmail.com.

These questions will be given highest priority during the call. Advance registration for the webinars is highly recommended. Both webinars will be conducted in English.

To register for the webinar, click HERE.

About the F3 Fish Oil Challenge
The goal of the F3 Fish Oil Challenge is to accelerate the availability of cost-competitive, viable alternatives to fish oil that provide the essential nutritional components for fish and at the same time help reduce demand for wild-caught fish for fish feed and enhance food security. A cash prize of $100,000+ will be awarded to the company or team that makes and sells the greatest amount of DHA + EPA + ARA as calculated from their sales of fish-free “fish oil” to fish farmers or fish-feed makers during the challenge. Registration for the contest closes on April 30, 2018.

For more information visit the F3 Fish Oil Challenge website, HERE.



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