Insect Protein. Chemical-Free.
Black soldier fly larvae are used as feed. The harvested pupae and prepupae are eaten by poultry, fish, pigs, lizards, turtles, and even dogs. The insect is one of the few insect species approved to be used as feed in aquaculture in the EU. At the pupal stage, black soldier flies are at their nutritional peak. They can be stored at room temperature for several weeks, and their longest shelf life is achieved at 10 to 16 °C (50 to 60 °F).
Black soldier fly larvae are edible by humans. The larvae are highly efficient in converting proteins, containing up to 42% of protein, much calcium, and many amino acids. In 432 hours, 1 gram (0.035 oz) of black soldier fly eggs convert into 2.4 kilograms (5.3 lb) of protein, which means more than 45,000 eggs are in 1 g of eggs. They thus can be a source of protein for human consumption. They do not produce protein but convert human-inedible protein into edible food.
Dried black soldier fly larvae (DBSFL), provide an all natural, high in calcium, protein-packed , high quality alternative for the otherwise unsustainable feeds on the market. Premium feed for fish, pigs, poultry, reptiles and exotic pets.
All natural , full of minerals , premium protein meal made from (DBSFL) dried black soldier fly larvae. High quality protein source for animal feed and human nutrition.
Black soldier fly larvae (BSFL)oil is produced from oven dried larvae.
Aside from the protein production, (BSFL) black soldier fly larvae also produce another valuable resource called Frass. Fly Frass is a granulated and odourless residue that can be directly used as an all organic fertilizer with a natural blend of N-P-K , micro elements and minerals.
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