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INSECTS AS AN ALTERNATIVE PROTEIN TO FEED FARM ANIMALS AND PETS

OUR INSECTS

  • Crickets (Acheta domestica)
  • Caimans (Zophobas morio)
  • Meal moth (Tenebrio molitor)
  • Cockroaches (Blaptica dubia and Shelfordella lateralis)
  • Locust (Schistocerca gregaria)
  • Woodlice (Trichorhina tomentosa)

Insects are the new natural, sustainable and responsible resource for feeding pets.

Insects are the new natural, sustainable and responsible resource for the production of conventional pet food (dogs and cats) but also for feeding New Pets (NPN) such as rodents, birds, reptiles, etc. as well as for farm animals.

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AQUACULTURE

Insects are naturally present in the diet of fish and crustaceans and, with their high content of protein and polyunsaturated fatty acids, provide important nutritional benefits.

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LIVESTOCK BREEDING

Farm livestock need a healthy and balanced diet that includes quality proteins and fatty acids for health and growth, substances which are naturally found in insects.

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PETS

The natural diet of wild dogs and cats includes insects.
With their content of protein and fatty acids insect feed meets the nutritional needs of pets.

A DIET OF INSECTS PROMOTES GUT HEALTH AND REDUCES INFLAMMATION

New studies have shown that eating insects can help increase beneficial gut bacteria and decrease inflammation levels in the body. Researchers noted an increase in beneficial gut bacteria such as Bifidobacterium animalis, a strain linked to improved gastrointestinal function, and a decrease in the blood of the inflammatory protein TNF-alpha.
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