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News Release – Enterra Receives CFIA Approval to Sell Insect Larvae to Aquaculture Industry

February 15, 2017 10:00 ET Enterra Receives CFIA Approval to Sell Insect Larvae to Aquaculture Industry LANGLEY, BC--(Marketwired - February 15, 2017) - Enterra Feed Corporation has received approval from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to sell its Whole Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae as a feed ingredient for salmonids, including farmed salmon, trout...
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The Globe and Mail – CFIA approves farmed maggots as chicken feed in North American first

By Ann Hui The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Jul. 28, 2016 2:59PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Jul. 28, 2016 3:03PM EDT   The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has allowed the use of farmed maggots as chicken feed – the first time a federal regulatory body in North America has approved the sale of insect...
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News Release – New insect protein gains approval for use in animal feed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New insect protein gains approval for use in animal feed: Regulatory approval first of its kind in Canada LANGLEY, BC, July 20, 2016. Enterra Feed Corporation has received regulatory approval for use of its Whole Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae as a feed ingredient for poultry broilers, the company announced today. “This...
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B.C. company still awaiting federal approval for new food for farmed fish

WATCH: Critics are calling on Ottawa to stop dragging its feet in approving a made-in-Canada food for farmed fish, that's more environmentally sustainable. Linda Aylesworth reports. By Jon Azpiri Web Producer  Global News Brad Marchant is a farmer of sorts. What he farms is neither cute nor fuzzy nor delicious, at least by most people’s...
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Langley Times – Aiming to secure world’s food supply

Read the full story here. by  Monique Tamminga - Langley Times posted Sep 24, 2015 at 11:00 AM Enterra Feed Corp. CEO Brad Marchant was on a fishing trip with David Suzuki when the two got to talking about how fish meal, a type of feed for animals, is leading to overfishing in South America....
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24 Hours Vancouver – Langley bugs turn food waste into feed

By Patrick Colvin Monday, September 14, 2015 5:36:32 PDT PM A Langley company is keeping 36,000 tonnes of food waste out of local landfills every year by feeding it to their bugs. “We grow insects on food waste, then we harvest them and sell them as a sustainable feed for the animal feed industry,” said...
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Global News – Organics ban changes face of BC industry

Fri, Jul 3: Metro Vancouver’s ban on organics in garbage isn’t just changing the way we deal with kitchen waste. As Elaine Yong reports, even the part of composting that most of don’t really like has given birth to new business.   Your browser does not support frames. Click here to view the frameless video..
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Business in Vancouver – Insect farming, new inventions, selling poop: organics ban breeds new businesses

By Jen St. Denis June 16, 2015, 2 a.m. Vancouver entrepreneurs come up with new ways to take out the trash In the wake of Metro Vancouver’s organic waste ban, entrepreneurs are coming up with new ways to take out the trash. The regional district instituted the new rules earlier this year to reduce the...
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Impact Alpha – Now We Know Why She Swallowed a Fly: These Insects Feed Fish That Feed People

By Jenny Griffin June 12, 2015 Excerpt from "Now We Know Why She Swallowed a Fly: These Insects Feed Fish That Feed People" Welcome to the future of feed for aquaculture and other protein-producing businesses. Nutritious, economical and sustainable, insects are a growing part of the solution to the global protein deficit. Enterra Feed Corp.,...
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Global News – ‘Fly farms’ provide sustainable livestock feed

Excerpt from "Tarantula tempura and cricket skewers: Insects could be coming to a menu near you" By Andrew Russell Breaking News Reporter Global News ‘Fly farms’ provide sustainable livestock feed Vancouver-based Enterra Feed uses larvae from the black soldier fly that feast on recycled food before being harvested and processed into high-protein feed for poultry...
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