Commercialization

Scale-Up

Ohio Soybean Council has successfully produced over 3,000 lbs of EnzoMeal for past and future fish evaluations. EnzoMeal was recently produced at a toll production facility for Asian Sea Bass, Largemouth Bass & Atlantic Salmon evaluations. Sample quantities may be available for potential licensing partners based on availability and quantity needed. OSC has filed a full patent application and is actively seeking commercial partners. 

Timeline3

Future Fish Evaluations

Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides)

Kentucky State University’s Aquaculture Research Center will be evaluating EnzoMeal on largemouth bass due to increasing demand for corrective stocking in sportfish ponds and human consumption.

 

 Asian Sea Bass (Lates calarifer)

The Asian Sea Bass market in Australia, where this evaluation will take place, is well-established. Asian Sea Bass is a warm-water, carnivorous species able to adapt to different salinity levels which allows them to be farmed in a large variety of locations.

 

 Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)

Norway is the world’s leading producer of Atlantic salmon and the second largest seafood exporter in the world. Due to this, EnzoMeal will be evaluated using Atlantic Salmon in Norway.

 

 Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus)

Catfish is the largest farm-raised, freshwater aquaculture industry in the United States. A large portion of this production is done in Mississippi, Alabama, and Arkansas.

 

Commercialization

OSC's goal is to license the EnzoMeal technology to commercial companies interested in producing the product for the fish and animal industry.

*U.S. Pat. App. No. 14/725,804 titled MITIGATION OF ANTI-NUTRITIONAL SUBSTANCES IN PLANT MEAL. Publication No.:  US-2015-0342221 A1; Publication Date:  December 3, 2015
*U.S. Pat. App. No. 14/725,804 titled MITIGATION OF ANTI-NUTRITIONAL SUBSTANCES IN PLANT MEAL. Publication No.:  US-2015-0342221 A1; Publication Date:  December 3, 2015

The flow chart is one example of the commercialization process, OSC is willing to discuss other options, and the licensing of new inventions, collaborative research, and the further development of existing technologies to bring value to Ohio Soybean Farmers by creating demand for soybeans.

Contact Barry McGraw at Ohio Soybean Council

Email: bmcgraw@soyohio.org

Phone: 614-310-1804