Creating more value together
To feed the world’s growing population, farmers around the world – big and small – will have to be more innovative, efficient and sustainable, while meeting ever-greater consumer expectations. Trouw Nutrition is a world leader in animal nutrition and we are collaborating with farmers across all continents to help them to meet the needs of millions of consumers. Together, we are feeding the future.
Trouw Nutrition, a Nutreco company, is a global leader in innovative feed specialities, premixes, feed additives and nutritional services for the animal nutrition industry. It provides products, models and services to boost productivity and support animal health through all life stages. With unique, species-specific solutions, Trouw Nutrition has been meeting the needs of farmers and home-mixers, feed producers, integrators and distributors since 1931. Headquartered in the Netherlands, the company has locations in 28 countries and employs approximately 8,000 people.
Trouw Nutrition: research driven company
Trouw Nutrition’s innovation and R&D activities are driven by the belief that we must bring knowledge and technology to the market in a way that is fast and effective. We translate world-class research into practical, economic and sustainable nutritional solutions.
High-tech research centres
Trouw Nutrition R&D is conducted in five high-tech research centres for swine, ruminants, poultry and ingredients. The research centres are located in Canada, Netherlands and Spain. Key focus areas for innovation are LifeStart, Healthy Life and Precision Nutrition. Its in-house research is complemented with more than hundred long-term research collaborations with leading universities, research institutes and R&D of other companies. To further validate the effectiveness of our global products, Trouw Nutrition R&D has established five validation centres, where they are collaborating with leading universities, leading opinion leaders and key customers in the respective regions and countries. The validation of products in regional markets is important in accelerating the transfer of best practices from one market to another.
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