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(PRESS RELEASE) Entoprotech joins forces with fellow companies to launch the Israeli Black Soldier Fly (BSF) Consortium backed by Israel Innovation Authority

January 23, 2023

The consortium is the first-of-its-kind collaboration, uniting industry leaders and prominent Israeli academics to accelerate the adoption of BSF meal as a feed ingredient. This is a major milestone for the emerging Israeli BSF industry, and it became possible thanks to the Israel Innovation Authority, who allocated 18 million NIS ($ 5.4 million) for the first term. Entoprotech is one of the consortium pillars due to being active in all working groups and serving as the consortium processing facility.


“We Are Ready to Go”: Entoprotech Knocks Out the Competition at Uniting Water Energy Food Innovation Finals

January 27, 2022

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – (BUSINESS WIRE) -Circular economy start-up Entoprotech, which uses Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) to sustainably convert organic waste into high-value products, is a Global Winner of the Uniting Water Energy Food (UWEF) Innovation Finals.


Inspirational Women in STEM and Tech: Yulia Matiuhin of Entoprotech On The 5 Leadership Lessons She Learned From Her Experience

Mar 23, 2022

“Ditch your insecurity and draw inspiration from your own personal integrity and your professional and educational foundation. I understand this can be daunting in a male-dominated industry, but it essential. You must know your worth and be sure of yourself to command the respect and admiration of your team.”


Israeli soldier fly startup accelerates growth plans with $2m raise

September 13, 2021

Israel-based Entoprotech, which uses black soldier flies to process organic waste, announced that Granot, the country’s largest agricultural cooperative and biggest feed producer, is leading its latest funding round with an investment of (U.S.) $2 million.


Beyond Burgers: Eating Insects Is Just One Small Part of Their Potential

July 23, 2021

Asking Westerners “Would you eat bugs to save the planet?” makes for great headlines — but it only scratches the surface of how bugs can help solve global challenges. Essentially, insects such as black soldier flies are a quintessential addition to a circular economy.


Meet the fly that could help save the planet

August 22, 2021

An Israeli startup has drafted an environmental warrior, the South American black soldier fly, to help cut back on greenhouse gases while producing high-protein animal feed.


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