Why we exist

We exist to do a few things as well as we can. First, we take agricultural and food byproduct residues, and we reduce their climate change causing emissions by turning them into useful products that the world needs.

For example, we’re currently figuring out how to take millions of tonnes of olive crop residues and turn them into those useful products, without using much water, power and land or causing pollution.

Secondly, our products, the useful ones, are essential to the future of food and regenerative agriculture. We turn crop residues into much-needed protein, fertiliser and materials.

We do this using Black Soldier Fly larvae, which are nature’s best bio-converters of crop residues to protein fertiliser and materials, which all come from the larvae themselves.

What we want to do

We plan to build large manufacturing plants to produce our low carbon protein, fertilizer, and materials, aiming to construct them as quickly as possible. By starting in Andalusia, Spain, we will leverage the region’s abundant olive crop residues.

Then we aim to build five more, as fast as we can.

We want to be making 150,000 tonnes a year of protein, by 2031.

This is a significant target, but it’s essential for meeting global needs. Through this initiative, we will substantially reduce agricultural crop residues and emissions in Spain.

It’s a start to our long journey ahead.

We will transform crop residues into higher-value, sustainable products

Black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) are increasingly recognized as a valuable source of protein for animal feed.


Olive oil production by-products and other agricultural residue.


Production of high-quality protein for pet, cattle and aquaculture feed.


Huge reduction of land use, greenhouse gases and ocean footprint.


Spanish made; sustainable feedstock that helps protect the planet.

How you can get involved

There’s a few ways to support our work. You could simply just sign up to the newsletter on this website. Or join us on Linkedin. We do need investors and customers too, and you can contact us here.

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