Feeding frenzy: Ÿnsect raises $125m to build 'world's biggest' insect farm

Michael Holder
Ÿnsect creates insect-based feed for plants, animals and fish | Credit: Ÿnsect

Ÿnsect creates insect-based feed for plants, animals and fish | Credit: Ÿnsect

French ag-tech firm - which specialises in breeding insects to create fish, pet, and plant feed - claims it has secured largest ever ag-tech investment round outside US

French ag-tech firm Ÿnsect has raised $125m in funding to scale up production of its alternative plant, fish, and pet feed, as investor interest in the burgeoning insect protein market continues to grow....

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