Entoprotech is founded. Shortly after, Entoprotech launches its first processing plant, capable of upcycling 15 tones of food waste daily.
First commercial deployment, waste processing
Entoprotech opens its R&D center in Israel
Entoprotech partners with Betty Schwartz, professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI), to investigate the medical potential of the Black Soldier Fly (BSF)
Entoprotech raises $3.5 million from Granot, Israel’s largest agricultural cooperative, and additional investors
a tbyBlack Soldier Fly Larvae lipids are found to ameliorate the symptoms of Crohn’s and colitis