It's time to fix our broken food chain.
Our food system is circular by nature - it's humans who made it linear.
Each year, it contributes to:
37% OF GREENHOUSE
90% OF GLOBAL
1.6 BILLION TONNES
OF FOOD WASTE
We can make the food chain circular.
And insects can help us with that. It’s quite simple, actually:
- We put food waste into one of our containers.
- That food waste is fed to tiny insect larvae.
- The larvae then grow inside the container over a few weeks.
- Fed on food waste, the insects become a carbon neutral source of energy for farm animals, pets, or even humans.
We've helped farms and supermarkets with their food waste
WOOD FARM REDUCED 85% OF THEIR FOOTPRINT BY REPLACING SOY WITH INSECTS
MORRISONS LAUNCHED A CARBON NEUTRAL EGG LINE FROM INSECT-FED HENS
WE’RE CONVERTING FOOD WASTE INTO CARBON NEUTRAL PET FOOD AND HUMAN FOOD
Technology makes it possible
Our insect farms make it all possible. Each container can tackle 160 tonnes of food waste annually, and transform it into animal feed, pet food, or even human food.
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