Fish food from insects? AgriProtein hopes to fly in Europe with Belgian acquisition

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US company, which converts black flies and larvae into fish food, is set to build new factory in Belgium after acquisition of insect feed firm Millibeter

US insect protein specialist AgriProtein has set its sights on European expansion, after agreeing the acquisition of insect feed company Millibeter NV and unveiling plans to construct a brand new animal...

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