According to the "World Population Prospects: The 2015 Revision" report which is officially released by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs on July 29, the global population will reach 9.7 billion by 2050. This means that global food supply and global environmental issues are facing huge challenges.
In order to meet this challenge, as early as 2003, FAO began to put forward and promote "edible resource-based insects" around the world, believing that insects can provide high-quality protein with minimal impact on the environment, which is a key role in solving this crisis. Check out the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) <Edible insect report>.
As one of the edible resource insects, the Black Soldier Fly has a very high efficiency in the field of resource utilization of organic solid waste (food residues, leftover meals, etc.), and can convert the nutrients in the organic solid waste into insect protein. Larvae are rich in protein, unsaturated fatty acids, antimicrobial peptides, chitin, calcium, iron and other nutrients.
High-quality delivery is our basic principle.
Innovation is our core competitiveness.
From Black Soldier Fly breeding to insect product processing, from equipment to products, from artificial breeding to fully automated breeding, we have been pursuing the optimal solution under limited conditions, and have never stopped exploring.
Environmental protection and low carbon emission is our original intention.
We choose the Black Soldier Fly, not only because it is a high-quality animal protein, but also because it can quickly transform organic solid waste, use the earth's resources more efficiently, and reduce waste.
As we strive to seek closed loops and build a circular economy, we recognize that we are already part of a wave of change aimed at creating a more sustainable and inclusive tomorrow.