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The sustainable insect revolution

Marc Bolard, Co-Founder of Nasekomo, highlights how using sustainably farmed insects across our food system, could be an efficient way of solving the worlds protein dependency.

20 Jan 2023


As we begin to appreciate the significance of ecosystems in preserving environmental equilibrium, insects are increasingly being acknowledged as a useful resource for sustainable food production, by reducing pressure on other resources and transforming waste into valuable materials for food, feed, and fertiliser.

Insects have been an integral part of animals' diets for over 400 million years, and reintroducing insects into the diets of pets and of farmed fish, chicken and pigs can provide essential nutrients like proteins, amino acids, and chitin, as well as improve their overall health.

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