"When something is important enough, you do it even if the odds are not in your favor." - Elon Musk.
The world population is expected to hit 9.7 billion people by 2050. With this unprecedented growth in population, experts predict that we need an additional 70% of food output to meet the increasing demand. With the increasingly scarce land, water and food, we seriously need to consider ways to provide sufficient nutrients for our future generations.
A United Nations report published in 2013 suggest a potential solution would be to consider incorporating insects in our diets. It turns out that insects are highly nutritious (packed full of protein and contain 9 essential amino acids), and highly efficient at production. This makes insects an increasingly viable and highly efficient food source for livestock, pets and people.
Located in the heart of South-East Asia, we have a set of competitive advantages to maximise production efficiency. Advantages include: tropical climate conditions, tax advantages, currency and logistics amongst others.