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Organic Centre Private Limited Lagoi, Indonesia


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PROTIX http://www.protix.eu/

from their site:

"ACCELERATING THE TRANSITION TO A FOOD SYSTEM IN BALANCE WITH NATURE

Insects are nature’s greatest upcycler. They can take organic waste and quickly recycle it into high quality protein, vitamins and amino acids. At Protix we produce insect based proteins and lipids at scale and work with communities to create locally recovered protein cycles."




Also see these topics:
Everything in place to start using insect meal in Holland (link)

Fly larvae alternative to soy protein (in chicken feed) (link)

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Entofood Sdn. Bhd., MALAYSIA (http://entofood.com/


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Enterra Feed Corporation (link) based in Vancouver Canada.
More info from an article dated JUNE 12, 2015:

http://impactalpha.com/now-we-know-why- ... wed-a-fly/

"... Enterra Feed Corp., based in Vancouver, is operating what appears to be the world’s first commercial-scale facility to turn black soldier fly larvae into feed for farmed fish, livestock and pets. The company’s $7.5 million insect-rearing production facility in Langley, British Columbia, has the capacity to transform 36,000 tons of food waste each year into 2,500 tons of protein and oil and 3,000 tons of organic fertilizer. The company has secured approval to sell its products in Washington state, Oregon, California, Indiana, Illinois, and Idaho. ..."

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More about Enterra Feed Corporation from marketwired.com:

New Insect Protein Gains Approval for Use in Animal Feed: Regulatory Approval First of Its Kind in Canada (link)

"LANGLEY, BC--(Marketwired - July 20, 2016) - Enterra Feed Corporation has received regulatory approval for use of its Whole Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae as a feed ingredient for poultry broilers, the company announced today. "This is a significant step forward," says Victoria Leung, marketing and operations manager for Enterra. "We can now offer a renewable protein alternative to those companies manufacturing and retailing chicken feed. ..."

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Scratch and Peck Feeds’ Search for Sustainable Bugs
http://www.whatcomtalk.com/2016/12/19/s ... eck-feeds/

"Black Soldier Fly Larvae. Sounds like something pretty powerful, doesn’t it? Bugs with a mission. And really, that’s how Scratch and Peck Feeds sees these little protein-packed buggers. It’s one of the many reasons the Certified Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified animal feed manufacturer brought them on as part of their Cluckin’ Good product line of chicken supplements and treats."

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There a segment in the video below about Enterra's operation in the Vancouver BC area. They're processing about 100 tons/day with BSFL

The segment goes from the about the 10 minute mark until 13 minutes:


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More about Enterra Feed Corporation from marketwired.com:

New Insect Protein Gains Approval for Use in Animal Feed: Regulatory Approval First of Its Kind in Canada (link)

"LANGLEY, BC--(Marketwired - July 20, 2016) - Enterra Feed Corporation has received regulatory approval for use of its Whole Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae as a feed ingredient for poultry broilers, the company announced today. "This is a significant step forward," says Victoria Leung, marketing and operations manager for Enterra. "We can now offer a renewable protein alternative to those companies manufacturing and retailing chicken feed. ..."

Now an approval for commercial fish food:

Enterra: Canada approves dried larvae from insects for fish feed(link)

"Enterra has received approval from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to sell its whole dried Black Soldier Fly (BSF) larvae in feed for salmonids.

The authorization, said the Canadian insect feed manufacturer, means it can now market the product for use in feed for farmed salmon, trout and arctic char.

Victoria Leung, marketing and operations manager, at the British Columbia based Enterra, said: “This is a major breakthrough for us, and for the aquaculture industry in Canada.” ...

The company also anticipates Canadian and US approvals for use of its meal product in salmonid and poultry feeds this year: "We have received an initial response from CFIA regarding our Enterra Meal applications and are confident that we will meet their requirements to obtain approval," Leung told us."


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http://www.allaboutfeed.net/New-Protein ... ed-99434E/

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Maggots dine on restaurant scraps before becoming fish food in aquaculture shake-up By Pamela Medlen
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-05-15/m ... ry/8528332

"A West Australian company hopes to use hundreds of tonnes of food scraps to feed maggots, which will then be turned into a food source for farmed fish. ..."

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