Process

Entofood masters breeding and biology of a specific diptera: Hermetia illucens aka Black Soldier Fly.

 

This species, spread worldwide, can process a very large range of feedstuff which give a powerful sustainable model where food waste and organic side-streams can be recycled by the insect larvae, a detritivorous invertebrate.

Black Soldier Fly life cycle

Fly

Pupa

Egg

Larvae

A diptera found in tropical and temperate regions.

 

Hermetia illucens aka Black Soldier Fly is a diptera from the Stratiomyidae family. This species is present worldwide, which enable an easy roll out of Entofood technology in new countries. Breeding program will be developed in each region based on local specimen.

Short life cycle:

30-40 days

High fecundity:

900 eggs per spawn

Fast growth:

hatch to harvest is only 10 to 12 days

Excellent nutritional profile:

low chitin content

High resistance:

any known disease as of today

Autogenous species:

adult doesn’t eat

Adult fly is not a pest

nor bite, sting or spread disease

Non-invasive species

not a carrier of disease for livestock or human

Entofood live larvae

Entofood dried larvae

Entofood high grade defatted meal

Entofood fertilizer

Entofood high grade whole meal

Entofood low grade protein

Entofood oil

Bio waste

Short life cycle:

30-40 days

High fecundity:

900 eggs per spawn

Fast growth:

hatch to harvest is only 10 to 12 days

Excellent nutritional

profile:

low chitin content

High resistance:

any known disease as of today

Autogenous

species:

adult doesn’t eat

Adult fly is not

a pest

nor bite, sting or spread disease

Non-invasive

species

not a carrier of disease for livestock or human

Entofood live larvae

Entofood dried larvae

Entofood high grade defatted meal

Entofood fertilizer

Entofood high grade whole meal

Entofood low grade protein

Entofood oil

Short life cycle:

30-40 days

High fecundity:

900 eggs per spawn

Fast growth:

hatch to harvest is only 10 to 12 days

Excellent

nutritional profile:

low chitin content

High resistance:

any known disease as of today

Autogenous

species:

adult doesn’t eat

Adult fly is not

a pest

nor bite, sting or spread disease

Non-invasive

species

not a carrier of disease for livestock or human

Entofood live larvae

Entofood dried larvae

Entofood high grade defatted meal

Entofood fertilizer

Entofood high grade whole meal

Entofood low grade protein

Entofood oil