AgriProtein to build 20 fly farms in U.S., Canada

AgTech pioneer sets up North American team to bring insect protein into mainstream of animal feeds.

Waste-to-nutrient upcycler AgriProtein has set up camp in North America with the aim of building 20 fly farms in the U.S. and Canada, in pursuit of its global targets of 100 fly farms by 2024 and 200 farms by 2027.

As the world's biggest fly farmer and first commercial-scale insect meal producer, AgriProtein is building a global network of insect protein factories to mass produce sustainable animal feeds that can replace the fish meal used in aquaculture, agriculture and pet food.

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