22 min

Episode 40 The Ento Podcast

    • Food

Today on The Ento Podcast we have another a review of this month's Insects as food and feed conference
We also have a new sponsor - Crunchy Critters The UK’s leading supplier of internationally sourced, varied and exclusive ready-to-eat edible insects and arachnids.
Use ENTO10 at checkout to get 10% off your shop
The Insects as food and feed conference This was a two day Conference on Insects as Food and Feed, Special Interest Group and was held by the Royal Entomological Society on April 2-3, 2019 at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.
It brought together UK producers and users of insect-based products both as animal feed and as a novel protein source in human diets, where we had the opportunity to discuss the progress that has been made over the last year and exchange ideas.
Day one focused on insects as food, and day two examined insects as animal feed. Both days begin with a case study followed by three short presentations that outline developments and challenges in that sector.
Day One Case Study 1 - Andy Holcroft from Grub Kitchen.    Grub Kitchen is based on the award-winning visitor attraction, academic centre of excellence, and working farm- The Bug Farm
Case Study 2 - "Fantastic (mini) beasts & how not to kill them" - Gary Needham from Syngenta
Case Study 3 - "Technological enhancements for insect breeding" - Roko Bosnjak from Entocycle
Day Two Case Study 1 - "Multibox & the wider industry" - Paul Wright from Multibox
Case Study 2 - "Antimicrobial peptides in insect farming"  - Chris Leonard & Tristan Cogan from IMBT
Case Study 3 - "Histology in insects" - Benjamin Kennedy - Veterinary Surgeon
  Mentioned in the show Kric8
Crunchy Critters - Don't forget to use ENTO10 at checkout
The Royal Entomological Society
Royal Agricultural University
Grub Kitchen
The Bug Farm
Syngenta
Entocycle
Multibox
IMBT
Woven Network
Michelmores
ADAS
Farm491
Ento News Feed - Facebook Group
The Entopodcast - Facebook page
BUG - Insect food meal box
 

Today on The Ento Podcast we have another a review of this month's Insects as food and feed conference
We also have a new sponsor - Crunchy Critters The UK’s leading supplier of internationally sourced, varied and exclusive ready-to-eat edible insects and arachnids.
Use ENTO10 at checkout to get 10% off your shop
The Insects as food and feed conference This was a two day Conference on Insects as Food and Feed, Special Interest Group and was held by the Royal Entomological Society on April 2-3, 2019 at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.
It brought together UK producers and users of insect-based products both as animal feed and as a novel protein source in human diets, where we had the opportunity to discuss the progress that has been made over the last year and exchange ideas.
Day one focused on insects as food, and day two examined insects as animal feed. Both days begin with a case study followed by three short presentations that outline developments and challenges in that sector.
Day One Case Study 1 - Andy Holcroft from Grub Kitchen.    Grub Kitchen is based on the award-winning visitor attraction, academic centre of excellence, and working farm- The Bug Farm
Case Study 2 - "Fantastic (mini) beasts & how not to kill them" - Gary Needham from Syngenta
Case Study 3 - "Technological enhancements for insect breeding" - Roko Bosnjak from Entocycle
Day Two Case Study 1 - "Multibox & the wider industry" - Paul Wright from Multibox
Case Study 2 - "Antimicrobial peptides in insect farming"  - Chris Leonard & Tristan Cogan from IMBT
Case Study 3 - "Histology in insects" - Benjamin Kennedy - Veterinary Surgeon
  Mentioned in the show Kric8
Crunchy Critters - Don't forget to use ENTO10 at checkout
The Royal Entomological Society
Royal Agricultural University
Grub Kitchen
The Bug Farm
Syngenta
Entocycle
Multibox
IMBT
Woven Network
Michelmores
ADAS
Farm491
Ento News Feed - Facebook Group
The Entopodcast - Facebook page
BUG - Insect food meal box
 

22 min

Top Podcasts In Food