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26th October 2021  Content supplied by: Beta Hatch Inc

Industrializing Insect Farming Within a Regenerative Food System

With 30% of the world’s crop production being used to feed livestock, and with feed making up 50% of the cost of meat, the need for a sustainable and nutritious animal feed alternative is more apparent than ever.

Enter the mealworm, a digestive powerhouse, so effective in fact, that it’s the only known species able to biodegrade polystyrene! Beta Hatch mealworms feed on organic pre-consumer food by-products, converting food waste that would otherwise end up in a landfill into feed-grade protein.

Mealworms provide a protein-dense feed ingredient alternative for pet food, poultry, and aquaculture, with a complete mineral profile and highly controlled production. The main waste product in mealworm production, frass, is also a high-value fertilizer with applications in soil regeneration.

Thanks to its hub-and-spoke business model, Beta Hatch can produce feed near to where it is consumed, reducing shipping distances, lowering costs and decreasing the environmental impacts of long supply chains.

Please visit Beta Hatch's website or use the 'Request Information' button provided below for more details.



Date Published: 26th October 2021

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