For too long humanity’s demand for protein has outweighed our need to live sustainably.

This cannot continue for much longer...

By 2050 we’ll have to produce an additional 100,000,000 tons of food annually.

This is the same amount of food we’ve produced for the past 8,000 years, creating an unimaginable strain on the feed industry and our planet.

Our current production methods are closing into a collapse.

We’ve depleted ocean wildlife,
often used as feed for other fish
that we humans eat

We’ve cut 2,000,000 hectares of
the Amazon rainforest every year
for the past 25 years to make soy farms.

All this creates huge amounts of CO2, harming our environment and killing our planet. But there’s a solution.

One that can help us feed the people, fertilize the land, and nurture our planet for future generations.

By harnessing the power of insects we can turn by-products into food.

Black Soldier Flies are reared in a highly bio-secure, controlled environment and grow their body mass 10,000 times in just 12 days.

Insects are prepared for a protein and oil extraction process. Once the insects are dried, a special extraction process takes place resulting in Nasekomo’s core products.

Whole-dried larvae

Whole dried larvae contain about 42% of protein and 26% of functional fat but also some micronutrients such as calcium and phosphorus.

Defatted protein meal

Defatted protein meal is very rich in protein, from 50 to 65% depending on defatting level.

Insect oil

Refined insect oil contains around 50% of lauric acid, a powerful natural antioxidant agent contributing to protecting the immune system of pets.

Black Soldier Fly eggs

Each gram of eggs can contain up to 40.000 larvae (neonates) after hatching

Organic certified insect fertilizer -
With N, P, and K levels at 3-3-3, our fertilizer is great for vegetable growing.

We create a circular economy that turns organic agro-industry by-products into animal protein.

The frass of the Black Soldier Fly is a low-carbon-footprint
fertilizer that reintroduces the various micro-elements
that agricultural production removes.

A fertilizer that requires no fossil fuels – Chemical fertilizers are
made from fossil fuels. Ours isn’t.

Vertical farming limits land use – Insects don’t need arable land, this
means we use far less land than traditional protein production.

The products are naturally better for animals – The anti-bacterial
and anti-fungal properties contained in insect fat fraction has
been shown to improve animal digestive tract health.

We get to preserve ocean biodiversity – Aquaculture is on the
increase, and fish-in-fish-out ratios will soon become
unsustainable. Using insect meal instead of fish meal can help
preserve our wild fish and the ecosystems they support.