Marvesa is deeply committed to ensuring meticulous care and product safety during raw-material selection and processing, as well as in the final product
Our key focus is to meet demands from European feed industry customers and develop products to help our customers increase their competitiveness through innovative, healthy and sustainable solutions. We collaborate closely with our customers all over Europe. We have a large testing laboratory in The Netherlands, so we can develop and test specific products, and tailor them to fit customers demand.
Therefore Noba Vital Lipids partners with leading research universities and animal feed testing centres to conduct basic nutritional research and in-depth feed trials to understand the effect of our fat products on the technical performance of the animals. Our research is based upon questions from our customers. We endeavour to answer those questions with proven results. The development of our new products is also customer-focused, together with our customers we are looking for fat products that contributes to more effective and efficient feed formulations.
Dry fats are rumen-protected fats, which are an excellent energy source and can supply lecithin, which has an emulsifying effect.
Lecifeed® products improve the fine distribution of fats in the digestive tract and increase total fat digestibility.
Marvesa PhytoLipoGenics® products are mixtures of medium chain fatty acids and are highly anti-bacterial and improve the intestinal integrity.
Energy Products are high energy, standardised dietary fat products, based on pure vegetable oils and fatty acids.
Lecithin may be produced from egg yolk, but more commonly used in aquafeed are soya and rape seed lecithin. It is well known that the phospholipids (PL) present in lecithin act as an emulsifier of lipids in the animal stomach and gut, but especially the nutritional benefits of lecithin is why fish nutritionists like to include it in fish and shrimp diets. Lecithin is widely used in feed for larval and juvenile stages of various species of fish and crustaceans, because those developing fish have a limited ability to the novo phospholipid synthesis.read more
Lecithin is a fat-like substance which can be produced from soya bean, rape or sunflower oil. After degumming the oil, the lecithin is extracted from the gum and then cleaned. Lecithin is a complex mixture of at least 60% phospholipids; the other constituents are triglycerides, phosphatidic acid, choline, tocopherols, etc. Lecithin has a positive effect on several metabolic processes, because phospholipids play an important role in such processes. The main effect of lecithin is that it works as an emulsifier.read more