Food waste recyclers AgriGrub plan jobs-creating move to Peterborough

AgriGrub and Opportunity Peterborough

AgriGrub and AgriTechE

A bug’s life – How industrious insects are recycling food waste for farmer

Agri-tech company AgriGrub gets grant for new biopesticide

AgriGrub and BioBoost

Creating value from waste with the University of Cambridge and the University of Ghana

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority awarded £29,000 to local company to develop "frass"

Tesco supplier has teamed up with AgriGrub to take its waste-reduction efforts to the next level

Glass Half Full: Firms unveil an array of waste-cutting initiatives

Waste fruit turned into non-toxic bug repellent

AgriGrub and KTN

AgriGrub and Ikea share the secret of their success with businesses in Peterborough

AgriGrub and AMTFruit

Waste not want not: What are the problems of food waste in the supply chain and how can we fix them?

 

Going circular – how sustainability can boost business growth after COVID19

 

The best green innovations of the week

 

AGRIGRUB’S SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION TO FOOD WASTE BACKED BY THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE & PETERBOROUGH COMBINED AUTHORITY 1/12/2020

AgriGrub is currently able to process around 250kg of waste a day and have been awarded a grant from the Combined Authority’s Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative to enable them to increase their capacity to process 10 tonnes of waste a day by the end of 2021.

To read the full article click here

CAMBRIDGE PLANT SCIENCES 14/6/2019

"One-third of all food grown goes to waste, with wastage being split between growers, packers, supermarkets and homes. What can be done to help generate some value from all this waste? That is the question that is being tackled by Alison Smith's Lab, working in partnership with researchers from the University of Ghana, NIAB and AgriGrub on a GCRF IAA Pump-Prime funded project. Last week the Ghanaian partners were in the UK, and Joanna Wolstenholme joined them as they toured two AD power plants and AgriGrub’s insect farm."

To read the full article click here.

 

BBC FARMERS TODAY 14/6/2019

Joe and George went over to BBC Farming today to talk about how we can use frass to replace harmful pesticides. Many thanks to Anita Hill and the rest of the team at BBC Radio 4.

To catch up click here.

 

FRESH PRODUCE JOURNAL 14/5/2019

"AgriGrub feeds waste vegetables and fruit to the larvae of Black Soldier Flies and when they are an optimum size they sell the larvae - branded as Calci Worms - to pet food distributors and retailers as a form of live feed for the reptiles. Their virtuous by-product is called frass, and is a sustainable source of nutrients for plants, and a novel bio-repellent for crop protection."

To read the full article click here.