Entosystem uses cutting edge insect farming technology in order to position itself as a major player in the field of agricultural circular economy. We produce entomological proteins and flour derived from insects with added value, by allowing, on the one hand, the recuperation of the nutritional value from food waste, and, on the other, a better control of food safety.


Entosystem uses cutting edge insect farming technology in order to position itself as a major player in the field of agricultural circular economy. We produce entomological proteins and flour derived from insects with added value, by allowing, on the one hand, the recuperation of the nutritional value from food waste, and, on the other, a better control of food safety.

Environmental

We are very conscious of the environment and have discovered a way to transform food waste into a source of environmentally friendly proteins.

Protection of nature

Larvae, which are highly rich in proteins and fatty acids, reach maturity in only 5 to 6 days before being harvested.

Recovery

We aim to replace the linear system we have now, where nutrients are wasted, by a circular system where nutrients are reintroduced into the food chain.


We have overharvested our planet, and with the constant growth of the global population, we don’t have any other option but to reassess how we use the resources available to us. What we propose at Entosystem is the replacement of the current linear system, where nutrients are wasted, by a circular system where nutrients are reintroduced in the food chain thanks to the black soldier fly. We have replicated and automated its life cycle to benefit from its detritivore qualities. Our procedure consists of recycling organic materials that are not considered valuable from farm to grocery store. We then pass them through a distribution and transformation process to use them as sustenance for our larvae, who, very quickly, will accumulate them in their body as protein, fat and other nutrients. Once our larvae are fully grown and juicy, we dry and grind them into nutrient-dense flour used for livestock, especially fish and fowl.


We have overharvested our planet, and with the constant growth of the global population, we don’t have any other option but to reassess how we use the resources available to us. What we propose at Entosystem is the replacement of the current linear system, where nutrients are wasted, by a circular system where nutrients are reintroduced in the food chain thanks to the black soldier fly. We have replicated and automated its life cycle to benefit from its detritivore qualities. Our procedure consists of recycling organic materials that are not considered valuable from farm to grocery store. We then pass them through a distribution and transformation process to use them as sustenance for our larvae, who, very quickly, will accumulate them in their body as protein, fat and other nutrients. Once our larvae are fully grown and juicy, we dry and grind them into nutrient-dense flour used for livestock, especially fish and fowl.

“ The current global population of 7.2 billion people will grow by almost 1 billion within the next dozen of years, to reach a population of approximately 8.1 billion people by 2025 and 9.6 billion by 2050. ”

— UN

“ The current global population of 7.2 billion people will grow by almost 1 billion within the next dozen of years, to reach a population of approximately 8.1 billion people by 2025 and 9.6 billion by 2050. ”

— UN

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Entosystem produces high value added insect proteins while reducing food waste.

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