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‘Insects as Feed: Interdisciplinary approach to insects as sustainable feed component”

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What we do

InsectFeed is a research consortium in the Netherlands, focusing on the production of insects for poultry feed as a part of a sustainable circular economy.


Contribute to sustainable feed production using insects


Houseflies and black soldier flies as a low-value input, high value-output feed product

Our findings
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Latest news of the consortium

Article in Journal of Insects as Food and Feed by Anna Dörper, Gerrit Gort, Teun Veldkamp and Marcel Dicke
Article in World Mycotoxin Journal by Kelly Niermans, Elise Hoek-van den Hil, Ruud van Dam, Ine van der Fels-Klerx en […]

External news

News related to the topic of insects as food and feed outside of the work done withinthe InsectFeed consortium. 

Recently the book ‘Our Future Proteins’ was published, in which a chapter was included written […]
Article on the Dutch website pluimveeweb with Leo Beukeboom.
Article in New York Times about the use of insect frass and exuviae in agriculture.


For the past years, many meetings have moved online, connecting people all over the world and allowing unique opportunities to also share these meetings to a broader audience. Here we collect webinars and informational videos to provide more background information on insects as food and feed.