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  • Writer's pictureAly Moore

How to decrease reliance on imports and improve resiliency TODAY

Strong, Independent Food Production? That’s HOT 🔥

Chapul Builds Resilience

By co-locating mini insect farms with waste, we divert waste from landfills while creating valuable animal feed and fertilizer products.

Insects are a keystone species for healthy ecosystems. They recapture valuable nutrients instead of sending them to the landfill. That’s what we mean by closing the loop. It just makes sense.

  • Nature doesn't waste. Neither should we.

  • Waste is fed to black soldier fly larvae, which eat up to twice their own body weight every day, are easy to farm, and are an excellent source of protein and other nutrients.

  • This regenerative solution reduces our reliance on imports, restores biodiversity, and builds infrastructure capable of feeding future generations.

Insects - Naturally Nutritious

Insect larvae are a sustainable alternative feedstock for animals including fish, chickens, and pets.

The US BSFL market alone is projected to grow at a CAGR of 34% 2022 - 2026, penetrating the aggregate $400B aqua feed, poultry feed, pet ingredient markets.

Insect Excrement Restores Soil

Insect manure (frass) heals soil and captures carbon. Frass is sold as a potent, all-natural, sustainable fertilizer input.

The global organic fertilizer market is ~$200B; biofertilizers are rapidly growing and outpacing traditional fertilizer products.

We’re meeting the market where it’s at and building in the food infrastructure that can adapt with us for our survival.

Food is a national security issue. Insect farming is an immediate solution to diverting waste from landfills while creating nutritious feed for other animals or microbe-rich fertilizers.

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