Edible insects on the European market is the new IPIFF Factsheet available here.
IPIFF – Contribution: Commitment of the European insect sector towards more resilient and sustainable food supply systems
The well-functioning of our food supply systems is essential to ensure food security for affected populations around the globe during times of crisis. Alike for
Marwa Shumo is presenting insects as potential alternatives to the conventionally used protein sources in livestock feed in a movie
In Africa, livestock production currently accounts for about 30% of the gross value of agricultural production. However, production is struggling to keep up with the
IPIFF has published the Guidance: the provision of food information to consumers. This Guidance document provides recommendations towards best labelling practices, building from obligations derived from Regulation (EU)
More and more people are interested in the use of insects as animal feed or as animal feed ingredient. Insect products are allowed for use