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.READ MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
FARMŸNG will sponsor IFIB 2020, the International Forum on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioeconomy, which will take place in Rome, from the 1st to the 2nd of October 2020. The project will be presented during the online poster session organized in the framework of the interesting agenda of the international conference. The event will represent an [...]
FARMŸNG project consortium is working hard to reach its ambitious goal of establishing the largest global fully-automated flagship industrial plant to produce premium proteins from insects (Tenebrio Molitor) for animal nutrition. The latest updates are reported in the second newsletter: click here to read it!
IAR – The French Bioeconomy Cluster interviewed Antoine Hubert of Ÿnsect, coordinator of the FARMŸNG project. He presents the project objectives and illustrates the expected impacts : watch the video interview!
What is the FARMŸNG project? Why choosing Tenebrio Molitor as an insect? What can we expect of the project? Read the interview of our coordinator Ÿnsect: https://www.entomofago.eu/en/2020/06/29/farmyng-project/ Do you want to learn more? Contact us!
Ecomondo is the leading event in Europe for the new models of circular economy. An international exhibition with an innovative format that brings together all sectors of the circular economy in a single platform: from material and energy recovery to sustainable development. For more info, visit the ECOMONDO website: https://en.ecomondo.com/
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 837750