Natural protein source

Fish, chicken and reptile food

In our world of antibiotic-filled farmed chicken meat, need for novel ways of biowaste production, demand for more naturally produced food, and requirement for more local, natural food sources for our farm animals, insects are sort of a superfood, especially for farming chicken and fish.

Insects are filled with many valuable nutrients that support chicken immune system, and indirectly that of humans.

Feeding farmed chicken with natural and organic food, such as insects, supports and even promotes their natural behavior, and according to numerous studies across the globe, prolongs hens’ lives, well-being, and decreases chickens’ mortality rate compared to traditional feeding practices. 

Insects, black soldier fly larvae particularly, are able to consume unused protein in food and other biowaste, that would normally end up as landfill, burnt or chemically destroyed. Using insects to recycle biowaste and produce organic protein-filled feed creates an actual circular foodchain like no other method of biowaste recycling. 

Consumers and nowadays also governments demand healthier foods, produced with highest animal welfare standards and lowest possible environmental footprints. Using insects to both ends of this process is more natural and efficient way to do this than any other method, and we’ve taken this production to industrial scale and to mobile units to support your local needs with a global solution.

Considering the production and use of farm animal feed, we’ve come to learn that soy, which used to be considered a great solution, is actually really, really bad for the environment. Farming and producing soy destroys significant amount of rainforest per anno and makes destructive changes to local flora and fauna ecosystems. On top of that, soy isn’t even that cheap to produce! 

Think about this: for every kilogram of farmed fish, farmers use more than a kilogram of wild-caught fish to feed them. How crazy is that? 

In short. The way we produce animal feed reduces CO2 emissions, creates actual natural food source to replace industrially manufactured soy and cannibalistic fish and chicken food sources, and is totally free of antibiotics and other drugs, that are often used in live stock food production.

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Recycling biowaste

Biowaste consumption

Recycling food scrap waste by feeding it BSF larvae is the most cost-efficient way to get rid of biowaste in industry scale, and in an environmentally friendly way.

Our way of working reduces labor costs, decreases transportation costs, and turns waste into a re-usable end product. Our industry scale solutions can be brought to you doorstep, not vice versa.

The way we do things, also reduces CO2 emissions and even acts as a “carbon sink” compared to traditional ways of managing waste.

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