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Insect Rearing for Processing Protein in Animal Feed

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Due to a rising global population, there is a corresponding rise in demand for food, including sources of protein,
for both humans and animals. Using fishmeal for traditionally farmed animals and growing soya are both extremely resource-heavy approaches, and intensification is not sustainable. Nutrition scientists are instead turning toward alternate sources of protein, whether as animal feed or as a source for human nutrition. A German biotech company, Hermetia Baruth, advocates using large bioreactors as incubation hubs for harvesting the protein and fats from insects.

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Year 2017
Authors Heinrich Katz, Winnie Nyakerario Akara Winnie Nyakerario Akara
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/CFHC4158
DOI Number 10.52439/CFHC4158
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