AgriProtein breeds black soldier flies to create maggots, which it uses to make protein meal and oil that can be fed to animals. (agriprotein.com) The
Richard Branson plucks a dried grasshopper from a jar, takes a bite, and pronounces the insect surprisingly tasty before slurping down a vegan yoghurt and
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Three boys sat rapt in their theater seats beaming at a selection of snacks. The reason for the excitement wasn’t butter
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Bug-based beauty: Singaporean biotech firm enlists soldier flies for more sustainable and purer chitosan
Singapore biotech start-up Insectta is rearing black soldier flies on its urban farm to produce a more sustainable and purer chitosan for the cosmetics industry.
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