AgriProtein is evolving

AgriProtein’s holding company is accelerating and broadening its global mission to develop sustainable, insect-based nutrient recycling solutions. The holding company will change its name in the coming weeks to the “Insect Technology Group”, or ITG for short.

Friday 15 February 2019 (8 months ago)

The Insect Technology Group™ now owns the following consumer facing companies:

AgriProtein™ is dedicated to converting post-consumer food waste into sustainable, complete protein for the aquaculture-feed industry, insect oil, and organic soil conditioner.

It will use ITG’s black soldier fly technology to stay at the forefront of food waste nutrient recycling.
Circular Organics™ which focuses exclusively on traceable, EU-approved, non-meat substrates.

Using ITG’s black soldier fly technology, it will convert the animal feed-grade substrates into premium protein, lipid and chitin products for use as animal feed ingredients.

Circular Organics™ will initially focus on developing sites in Europe and the Benelux region.
MultiCycle Technologies™ already safely and sustainably deals with higher-risk substrates including faecal matter, animal manure and abattoir waste.

The BioCycle™ with its plant in Durban, South Africa, is its main operating subsidiary. This company generates a variety of products, including bio-char, soil amenders, oils and proteins, which can then be used in agricultural, commercial, and industrial applications.

These three group companies are bringing insect-based technologies to the world and helping repair the future.

February 13, 2019 - Insect Technology Group

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