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INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE FOR ANIMAL FEED & ADDITIVES INDUSTRY

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    EntoGreen to produce 25 tons of larvae per day with WEDA feeding system

    EntoGreen to produce 25 tons of larvae per day with WEDA feeding system

    Feeding technology company WEDA has supplied a feeding system to Portuguese insect producer EntoGreen. The company will produce 25 tons of larvae per day...
    Hungarian insect producer chooses Bühler for industrial insect plant

    Hungarian insect producer chooses Bühler for industrial insect plant

    Insect producer Agroloop has commissioned Bühler for the insect rearing technology of an industrial black soldier fly plant in Üllő, Hungary, which will produce...
    Divaks agrees with Bühler to build its first industrial-scale yellow mealworm plant

    Divaks agrees with Bühler to build its first industrial-scale yellow mealworm plant

    Divaks, a Lithuanian insect producer, has agreed with Swiss-based technology leader Bühler Group to build its first commercial-scale yellow mealworm, plant following the establishment...
    New fraction from insect meal tested in feed

    New fraction from insect meal tested in feed

    Insects are a natural part of the diets of wild salmon when they are in rivers. Insects are also making their way into the...
    Innovafeed unveils new brand identity

    Innovafeed unveils new brand identity

    Innovafeed, the leading biotech insect producer for animal and plant nutrition, has unveiled its new brand platform and identity. The French company’s new brand...
    Enorm Biofactory builds the largest insect factory in Scandinavia

    Enorm Biofactory to build largest insect factory in Scandinavia

    Danish insect producer Enorm Biofactory announced that it closed its funding round and ready to build the largest insect factory in Scandinavia. The insect start-up...