Insect Rearing Technology Provider

Welcome to our insect technology provider company, where we are dedicated to addressing the pressing global issue of protein scarcity and sustainability. With the growing demand for protein and the environmental challenges associated with traditional protein sources, our company offers innovative solutions through the use of insects, specifically the black soldier fly, to convert food waste into a sustainable and highly nutritious protein source. By utilizing this approach, we are contributing to a circular economy that reduces waste and promotes sustainability while addressing the critical need for protein. Join us in our mission to create a more sustainable and healthy future for our planet.

Revolutionising Agriculture With Food Waste Conversion Technology

Let’s use technology to save landfills by converting food waste into animal feed. This will reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills, promote a more circular economy, and create a more sustainable future by maximizing resources and minimizing waste. By adopting innovative solutions and sustainable practices, we can revolutionize the way we approach food waste and create a healthier planet for generations to come.

High Price of Insect Protein

We offer an efficient Black Soldier Fly (BSF) rearing technology that brings down the cost of producing protein products by increasing yields and reducing production costs through the use of sustainable feed sources and automation.

Our modular technology is easy to install and maintain, reducing installation and maintenance costs and increasing overall efficiency. This allows farmers to focus on the core aspects of their business, such as marketing and sales, without having to worry about the technical aspects of BSF farming.


Traditional BSF Rearing

Black Soldier Fly (BSF) farming encounters challenges that may impede its effectiveness and scalability. One of the challenges is acquiring and processing feed materials for BSF larvae, which necessitate a steady supply of high-protein feed. Traditional sources such as fish or soybean meal can be expensive and ecologically damaging, while food waste as a feed source can be inconsistent in composition and quality, hampering the achievement of consistent growth rates and yields.

Another challenge lies in the laborious and specialized management of the BSF larvae. Traditional methods of rearing the larvae entail manual handling and sorting, which can be time-consuming and inefficient. Moreover, overcrowding and reduced growth rates resulting from traditional farming practices can negatively impact yields and quality. Despite these challenges, BSF farming’s potential as a sustainable and cost-effective protein source can be realized through innovative technologies and farming practices that overcome these issues, resulting in a more efficient and scalable industry.