Protix has won the Dutch Innovation Award 2020. The company wins the award for her progressive role in food sustainability.
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Within months after the opening of the world's largest insect factory, Protix has attracted investor Rabo Corporate Investments as shareholder.
Happy chicken eat live larvae. Feeding live larvae keeps chickens busy and entertained so they spend less time pecking each other. New research shows that live larvae can be used in combination with local plant proteins to successfully replace soy in the diet of laying hens.
His Majesty King Willem-Alexander officially opened the world's largest insect farm at Protix in Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands.
Koning Willem-Alexander bezoekt Protix en opent de meest geavanceerde insectenkwekerij ter wereld. Lees er meer over in ons persbericht.
Protix explores novel territory together with BITS and the University of Copenhagen and researches the susceptibility and resistance to diseases of the black soldier fly.
The most sustainable protein. With the technology that Protix developed, and with sustainable diet formulation, black soldier fly production is more sustainable than other animal protein sources. Read more about this recent research.
This report on alternative feed ingredients for fish meal highlights that insects are potentially one of the most sustainable sources of alternative feeds and puts the spotlight on the first ever insect fed salmon by Protix.
Read the proceedings of the Davos session on the new vision for the Food System Transformation
New in the UK; Dog food made from insects for a lower global paw print. Better for your pet, better for the world! The insects in Yora’s dog food are the larvae of black soldier flies reared by Protix.
KIPPENGELUK met het OERei! Wouter Klootwijk in het Noordhollands Dagblad.
Our customer Yora Pet Foods is listed by Forbes as 1 of 5 companies to watch.