Two companies are building the world’s largest insect-based protein farm in Decatur, Illinois. The two companies want to produce billions of insects called ‘black soldier flies.’ Their larvae have the capacity to consume gigantic amounts of organic material and turn it into nutrient-rich protein. : worldnews
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January 5, 2021 2 min read. Archer Daniels Midland is an American food processor, and InnovaFeed is a France-based company dedicated to the production of food for animals. Both plan to build this in Decatur, Illinois, in 2021, which is a production farm catalog of the world's largest insect-based protein.
The two companies aim to produce billions of insects known as "black soldier flies". Their larvae have the ability to consume gigantic amounts of organic material such as manure and food waste, later convert them into protein rich in nutrients, and therefore have the potential to be sold as animal feed.
According to a 2019 survey by the International Council for Food Information, a nonprofit, more than half of American consumers want sustainable food.
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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny will be flying back to Russia on Sunday for the first time since he was poisoned last summer, despite the fact that authorities have expressed a desire to arrest him and possibly keep him detained for years.
Navalny, hoping to win the parliamentary elections in September, also faces potential problems in three other criminal cases, all of which he believes are politically motivated.
A Moscow court on Saturday ordered that Navalny's ally, Pavel Zelensky, be held on remand on charges of extremism, which he denies.
Brazil’s Air Force flies emergency oxygen supplies to the jungle state of Amazonas devastated by a resurgent pandemic while President Jair Bolsonaro says he “should be at the beach.” : worldnews
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5 min Read.MANAUS / BRASILIA – The Brazilian Air Force flew on Friday with oxygen to the jungle state of the Amazon, devastated by a resurgent pandemic, and the government made efforts to organize nationwide vaccinations while President Jair Bolsonaro said he should "am Be the beach ".
Desperate relatives protesting outside hospitals in the state capital, Manaus, said the patients had been removed from the ventilators because they ran out of oxygen.
Officials had planned to move 61 premature babies to incubators out of Manaus, but the move was not ultimately necessary as emergency oxygen supplies were procured.
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