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Insectpreneurs Series: The Team at Ento Bento
Today you are in for a treat, but not your standard kind. We are interviewing the Ento Bento team about dog treats! Most of our interviewees in this series are either creating products for human consumption or industry. So this will make for an interesting take on the insects as food challenge! The Ento Bento team are currently rallying support with their kickstarter campaign, so please take a moment to pop over and take a look (either before or after reading the interview :>) What Sparked Your Interest in Dog Treats? We started out as complete strangers in a Startup[...]
4Ento Feed News Roundup June 2015 – Part 2
Some additions to the original post of Ento Feed news for June 2015. Ento Posts Switzerland: Enterra Forms Joint Venture in Switzerland  “Enterra and Entomeal have been working in collaboration since 2014 to establish sources of traceable, pre-consumer food inputs required for a new facility that will have a capacity to treat 36,000 tonnes per year of waste organics, with expansion plans to 54,000 tonnes per year in the second year of operation. The joint venture is currently limited to Switzerland and will operate under the name of BSF Farms S.A. based in Geneva. “ China: Let the flies help! “The southern Chinese city of Guangzhou[...]
Pet Food Challenges – And Why We Need to Change
  Have you ever seriously thought about what goes into pet food? No? Until I was in my late teens, neither had I.  It was then that I became a veterinarian assistant which gave me the opportunity to discover some unfortunate, and sometimes wretched things that are an integral part of the pet food industry. If you don’t like learning hard truths about what your pet is probably eating, then stop reading here… The Current Dangers of Pet Foods For many of us, we go about our daily lives and don’t really investigate how things are produced. And pet food is no exception. Of[...]

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