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Black Soldier Fly's identity card

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Black Soldier Fly: Bienvenue
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The Black Soldier Fly, like every holometabolistic organism, is an insect that undergoes transformations. We can thus separate its lifecycle into different stages. Namely, the larval and fly stage. When the insect is a fly, its main concern will be to reproduce and lay eggs for a period of +- 12 days. On average, a single fly will lay between 500 and 900 eggs. Allowing huge scaleup capacities to its breeding.  In the larval stage, the insect will feed on organic substrates until it creates enough strength to transform itself, later, into a fly, again. The total lifespan of the Black Soldier Fly is about 1 month.

Black Soldier Fly: Image



The breeding ground of our flies. 10% of the larvae production is constantly reintegrated into these large nests. Allowing us to restart the insect’s lifecycle through their fly transformation. Inside this mating room, temperature and humidity are meticulously monitored as to mimic the insect’s natural habitat and thus create ideal conditions for its wellbeing and reproduction.



The fattening room is where the magic operates. In a period of +- 15 days, the newly hatched larvae feed on all types of organic waste. Transforming 80% of the organic matter into highly valuable insect proteins and oils. Indeed, while eating the substrate, the insect incorporates all its rich nutrients and catalyzes them into stable protein and oil compositions. In other words, a incredible upcycling beast.

Black Soldier Fly: Thématiques
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