We believe that protein from insects will be one element to fill this gap of rapidly increasing needs from a growing world population.
Population growth and changes in living standards, especially in developing countries, are leading to a massive increase in global food demand.
These additional proteins are needed especially in feed for chickens, fish and pigs. Meeting this additional demand is not possible with conventional methods, such as growing more soy or increasing fishing, without significant ecological damage.
Currently, 70% of the proteins consumed by Europe’s farms, such as soya and fish meal, are imported. This is critical not only from an ecological point of view.
We are excited to get ready to launch our first products. Here is, what we are working on!
Buliding up the first large scale insect breedning facility in the Western Balkans.
We have laid the foundation to breed insects on an ever larger scale and to adapt the process to the conditions in the Western Balkans.
In the third quarter of 2022 we are planning a monthly amount of at least 1000 kg live mealworms.
Large-scale insect farming is a new and emerging branch of agriculture that is just beginning to develop. In order to always stay up to date with the latest knowledge and technology, we have started to base our work on continuous research.
Our customers need preprocessed products such as semolina, nets and oil. This capacity is taken up at a later stage in order to provide the selected specification with the necessary specifications for further processes.