FlAgship demonstration of industrial scale production of nutrient Resources from Mealworms to develop a bioeconomY New Generation

The project, funded in the frame of Horizon 2020 Public-Private Partnership Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking (topic BBI.2018.F2 – Large-scale production of proteins for food and feed applications from alternative, sustainable sources) aims to establish the largest global fully-automated flagship industrial plant to produce premium proteins from insects (Tenebrio Molitor) for animal nutrition.





Newsletter #4 now available!

The FARMŸNG consortium released Newsletter #4 to celebrate its 2nd anniversary! The newsletter is dedicated to the groundbreaking ceremony of Ÿnfarm, the world’s largest vertical insect farm which is being built in the framework of the FARMŸNG project. The ceremony was held in early May at the presence of The French Minister of Ecological Transition [...]


Groundbreaking ceremony of our Ÿnfarm plant

On the 6th of May, FARMŸNG project held the groundbreaking ceremony of Ÿnfarm, the world’s largest vertical insect farm. The plant is located in Poulainville, near Amiens, in France. The construction works stated on March 2020 and Ÿnfarm will be the largest global fully-automated flagship industrial plant to produce premium proteins from insects Tenebrio Molitor for [...]


FARMŸNG project presented in a FAO-BIC webinar

We are very proud to announce that FARMŸNG project was presented during one of the webinars that the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is organizing together with the Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC). The webinar was entitled “Innovation and investments in the bioeconomy: from lab to market” and took place on March, 16. The section included [...]


New project videos available!

FARMŸNG partners are glad to announce the release of 5 new videos! The videos are dedicated to the kick-off meeting  – which was held in Paris (France) on the 13th July 2019 – and to 2 partners of the consortium, Quantis and Clextral. Watch the videos at the following link:


The FARMŸNG Consortium comprises 19> partners from 8 countries with strong multidisciplinary competences required for carrying out the work plan and match project objectives.