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We Declared Organic Waste War

About 1.6 billion tons of food losses and waste is formed globally per year. Most of the food waste lands in landfills and produces methan, a 25 times more potent greenhouse gas than CO2.

That's why we declared war to organic waste and for every war you need soldiers. We are not using any random Soldiers. The Black Soldier Fly is special because its sanitary and not a pest like the regular house fly.

Hermetia illucens plays a similar role to that of redworms as essential decomposers in breaking down organic substrates and returning nutrients to the soil. Turning 31 percent into water and 10 percent into CO2. However, 34 percent can be used as organic fertilizer, 5 percent as protein and 2 percent as fat.

Our Soldiers can eat about any type of organic waste: food scrap, rotting meat, fruits, vegetables and they eat a lot! Every single day they eat twice their own body weight.

BSF larvae could eliminate organic waste almost completely and reduce the production of greenhouse gas without using non-renewable resources in its process.

One of the best ways to deal with organic waste

Organic Waste Is Best Processed As Fast As Possible At The Source

Establishing a Black Soldier Fly Farm in the house or community is a great solution. They are very space efficient as you can produce a ton of larvae in a farm that's the size of a SMART car! Black soldier flies are one of the best ways to deal with organic waste. Notably, BSF immune systems produce antibacterial and anti-inflammatory materials that kill competitors for food waste, such as germs and fungi.  They're so efficient at this that there's no bacteria in their waste once they've digested it! 


Protein consumption is on the rise globally due to the population growth and dramatic changes in consumption.

Insects protein consumption has two main applications: feed for domestic animals and human consumption.

It is estimated that the global population will reach 9.6 billion by 2050. The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that food production will need to increase by 70%.