GFLI database to welcome Nevedi’s feed ingredient additions

12 September 20232 min reading

Nevedi, the Dutch feed association, has been steadily documenting carbon footprints of primary feed ingredients in the Netherlands. Their most recent efforts spotlight the alignment with GFLI methodology, ushering in a range of ingredients to the GFLI database.

The imminent inclusion of Nevedi’s extensive feed ingredient datasets into the GFLI database underscores a pivotal moment for the global feed industry. This development is poised to enrich the current repository, providing stakeholders with a more comprehensive understanding of feed materials and their associated carbon footprints.

Nevedi has over the years built a robust database that chronicles the carbon footprints of essential feed ingredients utilized in the Netherlands. Their latest endeavor with the GFLI ensures these datasets align with globally recognized standards. Such integration is crucial as the demand for detailed carbon footprint data of delivered feed materials has surged, especially resonating with the European PEFCR Feed framework.

To ensure the datasets cater specifically to the nuances of the Dutch feed industry, Nevedi introduced a tailored guideline back in 2018. With this upcoming integration, the GFLI database will soon feature diverse additions, ranging from cultivation-centric co-products such as seed cotton and hempseed to processed derivatives previously missing in GFLI, including by-products from rice and soybean.

By adhering to the secondary GFLI methodology, the datasets, grounded in statistical data, provide a detailed insight tailored for Nevedi's 'grondstoffenlijst'. For industry participants keen on exploring these new additions, the official release date of the GFLI database's enhanced version is eagerly awaited.

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