Insects

Insects are a promising alternative source of proteins: FEFAC

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The inclusion of insect meal could further contribute to the sustainable development of EU aquaculture, in the long term, says the EU compound feed manufacturing trade group, FEFAC.

'Common to all the new protein sources, though, is this issue of price; they can’t compete currently, but the research focus is on the development of these new sources to meet future feed requirements.' © istock/DanielLacy

Will blue protein plug the gap in organic pig and poultry production?

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European seabass production sustained when insects partially replace fishmeal in diets

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Insect feed market forecast to top $1bn by 2022

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Insect protein production offers ‘viable alternative to landfill’

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Mealworm meal supports shrimp growth, development

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South African insect meal producer plans to build 20 fly farms in US and Canada

'There isn’t really a sense of urgency about the alternative protein topic right now in the feed space. It is not a burning platform. But we want to get the conversation started.' © istock/ipopba

Project aims to find protein feeds ‘fit for the future’

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EU insect meal manufacturers look beyond fish

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Irish insect protein biotech firm secures €1m funding for industrial scale-up

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