WE ARE AN INNOVATIVE INSECT FARM SUSTAINABLY PRODUCING INSECT PRODUCTS FOR THE MASS

Who are we

WE MAKE AFRICA FOOD SECURE, WITH THE HELP OF INSECTS.

By making insect products the new standard we are able to; 

  • Create future proof food and value chains.
  • Provide affordable alternative protein sources for everyone.
  • Upscale waste and improve the use of nutrients available on the planet.
  • Reduce carbon footprint by offering more sustainable solutions.

Insectipro recycles 
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Tons of waste

And sets off 
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Carbon per year

Insectipro produces 11MT of dry BSF Larvae enough to feed

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Chickens a year

Insectipro produces enough fertilizer to cover

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acres per year

Through various projects, Insectipro trained

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farmers in Kenya
About Us

InsectiPro started its journey at the end of 2018. The founder (Talash Huijbers) comes from an agricultural family and as a newly graduate she was planning on farming fish in her home country Kenya. As it was promoted as the next frontier in the protein industry. While doing research she quickly found out the problems that the animal feed industry is facing in Kenya. Instead of joining the problem she decided to solve the problem for others. This research led to insects which led to the start of InsectiPro. InsectiPro now believes that insects are the missing piece in our food and value chains. Together with her team she is dedicated to improve the current food industry where inclusivity and insect products are the main drivers.

 

WE ARE BEYOND FARMERS, WE ARE FOOD CHAINGERS

Food-chain-gers, (noun) (plural), people who are dedicated to make a positive change within existing food and value chains. A combination of food- and value chains & changing.​

WHERE MOST PEOPLE TRY TO GET RID OF INSECTS, WE FARM THEM ON A LARGE SCALE

They are a sole food source for many animals (livestock such as poultry, pigs, and fish) and are also harvested for human consumption all over the world (Globally, there are about 1900 edible insect species with 552 of these consumed in Africa).

Documented research (Rumpold and Schluter, 2013) highlights the nutritional benefits of insects as rich in protein (dry matter), dietary fiber, and beneficial fatty acids. They are a good sources of micronutrients such as iron, zinc, magnesium, manganese, and phosphorous. Besides that they have the capacity to enhance the immune system.

Insects have the ability to help us create circular food and value chains. They can grow on low quality organic waste and transform it back into high quality nutrients for the soil and the body.

By implementing insects we can tackle multiple problems in different industries as one. Find out the industries we are currently active in and what we are doing below: 

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To improve quality of soil and productivity of crop growth and find a balance between agriculture and nature.
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Created to improve quality raw materials input for the livestock industry to increase productivity and improve the life of farmers in Africa.
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InsectiPro food offers alternative high nutritious food products, that are available, accessible, affordable for everyone. Good for you and the planet.
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As InsectiPro we are actively involved in projects to help improve the entire food value chain together. A good product will not make an impact if not used in the right way.