FARMŸNG:
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.

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23/03/2022

Updates from our Ÿnfarm!

The works continue at our Ÿnfarm! We have now set up the stacker cranes in the breeding unit, which constitute the vertical nature of our farm, supporting the thousands of trays providing homes to our mealworms. The FARMŸNG project indeed, has the ultimate objective to demonstrate a large-scale, first-of-its-kind bio-based value chain producing sustainable, safe [...]

24/01/2022

European interministerial delegation visited our Ÿnfarm plant

Paris, Friday January 21, 2022 – Today, FARMŸNG project welcomed Barbara Pompili, Minister of Ecological Transition, together with her European environmental counterparts, including Virginijus Sinkevičius, European Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, to our Ÿnfarm plant, located in Poulainville, near Amiens. The construction works stated on March 2020 and it  is expected to come [...]

20/01/2022

Are you involved in the organic fertiliser sector? Take the FARMŸNG survey to let us know your opinion

In the framework of the FARMŸNG project exploitation activities, our partners CiaoTech and PNO France are launching a survey dedicated to the organic fertiliser. FARMŸNG aims indeed to establish the largest global fully-automated flagship industrial plant to produce premium proteins from insects (Tenebrio Molitor) for animal nutrition. In parallel to the proteins production line, at the FARMŸNG industrial [...]

23/12/2021

Newsletter #5 out now!

The FARMŸNG consortium released Newsletter #5 to illustrate the latest progresses: 🔹 A new photo of Ÿnfarm in construction 🔹 A new scientific publication written by Ÿnsect and CEA, both project partners 🔹 And a presentation of the CBE JU Download Newsletter #5 at the following link and stay tuned for further updates!  

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