ProtiBox: a solution for reducing greenhouse gas emissions through insect farming

Insect farming is increasingly seen as a sustainable solution for meeting the growing food needs of the world's population, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and limiting the negative environmental impacts of traditional agriculture. ProtiBox offers a unique solution to this problem, accessible to all!

The environmental benefits of insect farming are manifold

Firstly, it emits fewer greenhouse gases than livestock farming. Insects have more efficient digestive systems, produce less methane and require less water and feed to produce the same amount of protein as livestock. According to a study by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), insect farming emits 100 times less greenhouse gases than cattle farming.

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Insect farming is also more efficient in terms of resource consumption. Insects need less space to grow, which means they can be raised on a small area of land, unlike cattle, which require vast pastures. Insect farming also requires less water than cattle farming, a major advantage in regions where water is scarce.

ProtiBox offers a unique solution on the market

It's a compact mini-farm ideal for industrialists and farmers to manage their food waste and generate additional revenue. Insect-based feeds are rich in protein, essential amino acids and minerals. They are also easier for animals to digest, and contain health-promoting omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

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