FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD
THE WORLD NEEDS NEW
With the world population expected to reach 9 billion people by 2050, we are expected to see a significant increase in the demand for food and feed, posting a serious challenge to available resources and the on-going, sustainable production of food.
Moreover, the world needs to find more efficient and environmentally sound ways to satisfy the food and nutrition needs of this rapidly growing population, highlighting the importance for sustainable food production and alternative protein sources.
WHY INSECTS ARE THE SOLUTION
Insects have a high nutritional value and are a viable option as a sustainable source of protein for animal, plant and human nutrition
EFFICIENT / SUSTAINABLE
Insect farming is done in indoor vertical farms, using less space, energy, water and feed and produces far fewer greenhouse gases
FUTURE IS NOW
Insect protein production is here now to help meet the growing global demand for food and nutrition, on a sustainable, on-going basis
Inprotin is focused on the development of sustainable, insect-based products, for animal, plant and human nutrition
Efficient, sustainable food production systems through the development of indoor vertical farms
Based in beautiful Guatemala, Central America, we are developing optimized, vertical farms for insect rearing to help transform the nutrition the world needs, sustainably, one day at a time!
Inprotin was launched in 2020 by a team of Guatemalan entrepreneurs, committed to the development of sustainable and innovative solutions to help feed the world.
The team believes in the importance of leading the development of new, innovative, and sustainable initiatives, with the potential to generate economic development and well-being for many in Guatemala and the Latin American region.
Currently focused on developing scalable, industrial-level production, leveraging insect rearing in highly-efficient vertical farms along with the latest R&D developments.
Members of NACIA -
North American Coalition for Insect Agriculture
Members of APICAL -
Alianza de la Industria de Insectos Comestibles de America Latina https://www.apical.la/
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