Animal feed made from insects wins supply chain award

28 September 2017

A South African firm that turns insects into sustainable animal feed has won the BBC’s inaugural Food Chain Global Champion Award.

AgriProtein was given the award for its flagship product MagMeal, a sustainable animal feed made from fly larvae raised on food waste. The product claims to be a sustainable alternative to fishmeal or grain as a feed for poultry, pigs and pets.

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