EU's booming insect market requires collaboration to grow
Insect meal has enormous potential for animal feed, but further investment, research and regulations are needed if it's to become a truly viable protein alternative.
In 2018, 6,000 tons of insects were produced globally across 15 different countries for food and feed; in Europe, roughly 95 percent of this production was black soldier fly and yellow meal worm.
Since July 2017, when the European Union made effective its milestone regulation (No 2017/893) approving use of…
Read the full article in Feed Strategy January 2019