Project Details


The central MuMiPro vision is to boost sustainable mussel production in Danish coastal waters thereby meeting some of the most obvious national potentials for blue growth.

The overall objective of MuMiPro is to create a new way of growing mussels with a dual purpose: To create a new business area in Denmark by producing animal protein feed ingredients for organic husbandry and improve the marine environment by mitigating eutrophication effects through harvest of mussels.

MuMiPro consists of six work packages and involves 15 partners including mussel farmers, feed producers and research institutions within mussel production, husbandry, feed production, organic production and environmental management.

DTU Aqua (coordinator)
Department of Animal Science, Aarhus University , Denmark
Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, Denmark
Department of Environmental Science, Aarhus University, Denmark
National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark
Department of Food Science, Aarhus University, Denmark
Seafood Limfjord,  Denmark
SEGES Økologi, Denmark
NOFIMA Aquaculture, Norway
Engredo ApS, Denmark
Wittrup Seafood A/S, Denmark
Udviklingscenter for Husdyr på Friland KS, Denmark
Vilsund Blue A/S, Denmark
Limfjorden Council, Denmark
Danish Agro a.m.b.a., Denmark

The project is funded by Innovation Fund Denmark.

Research area: Coastal Ecology
Effective start/end date15/01/201731/12/2020

Collaborative partners

  • Technical University of Denmark (lead)
  • Association of Mussel Producers (Project partner)
  • Engredo ApS (Project partner)
  • Aarhus University (Project partner)
  • Danish Agro a.m.b.a. (Project partner)
  • Limfjorden Council (Project partner)
  • Seafood Limfjord ApS (Project partner)
  • Vilsund Blue A/S (Project partner)
  • Udviklingscenter for Husdyr på Friland KS (Project partner)
  • SEGES (Project partner)
  • Nofima AS (Project partner)
  • Wittrup Seafood A/S (Project partner)


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