Current estimates predict that due to population growth by 2050, the world will need about 70% more food than is currently being produced. With the growth of the population whose diet also requires protein intake, livestock production will continue to grow, and proteins of animal origin will remain an important part of the population's diet. The production of proteins of animal origin will increase in the future mainly due to the increased production of pork and poultry meat. Therefore, the demand for protein in feed will increase, as pigs and poultry have a greater need for protein in feed compared to ruminants. Therefore, the needs and challenges for nowadays are to find those sources of protein that will satisfy the nutritional needs of the largest part of the population and animals, and for which production will be cheaper and more accessible than for the sources of protein that are currently...

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