The Black Soldier Fly
|Black Soldier Fly
- They are native to South America and are found in tropical climates.
- Black soldier fly larvae eat a wide range of organic debris
- The larvae grow 15,000 times their size in 15 days
- Adult flies do not feed and their only function is reproduction.
- A female fly can lay between 600-800 eggs
- Adult flies do not transmit disease
We recover organic waste, developing products with a high nutritional value.
What drives us?
Fight climate change by recovering nutrients from organic waste for the development of highly sustainable products.
3 differentiating keys
Production standards in Infood Protein
Lower carbon footprint
Regenerative revaluation of organic waste.
Less water use
For the different production processes.
Less land use
High performance vertical automated systems.
What types of industries can work with Infood Protein products?
Industries dedicated to the manufacture of animal feed. We focus mainly on the aquaculture industry, pets and agricultural crops.
Is it recommended for human consumption?
At the moment it focuses heavily on animal nutrition. It is projected that in the future it will be one of the most important and sustainable sources of protein for human nutrition.
What are the benefits of insect farming?
Lower carbon footprint: Regenerative revaluation of organic waste.
Less water use: For the different processes
of the production.
Less land use: High performance vertical automated systems.
What types of organic waste do you use in your production processes?
We contribute by reusing selected industrial organic residues and by-products for the development of our products for animal nutrition.
How many black soldier fly eggs are capable of reducing 25 tons of selected organic waste?
With just 1 kilogram of eggs we are able to transform this amount of waste into functional ingredients for animal nutrition.