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About Flylab

Flylab is an Agritech company built with an experienced team that has years of proven track in the Insect industry. We harness the bioconversion power of the Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) to recycle agricultural waste into Food for Animals and Plants. We want to disrupt the use of very unsustainable protein ingredients such as fishmeal and soybean meal and replace it with a more sustainable, more natural and more nutritious protein: the BSFL Meal. We are the future of sustainable animal feed.

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Our Goals.

Our long-term goal is to make our food system more sustainable. We can reduce our negative impact on the environment by using BSF. We can strengthen and improve our supply chains by recycling waste and producing new animal feed locally. In our factories, we use cutting-edge technology to achieve a carbon-neutral footprint. We also provide higher-quality feed for animals and plants.



Our Missions.

The animal feed (Aqua, Poultry, Cattle, Pet food) industry currently uses unsustainable protein sources such as soy protein and fishmeal, as well as fish oil, which contributes to biodiversity loss and environmental damage. Flylab’s plan is to repair our broken food system by introducing a more sustainable option that also benefits animal health.

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Experienced Team

Nicolas Bery
Chief Executive Officer

Msc Business Management 8 years as an entrepreneur in the insect industry.

Cyril Caujolle
Chief Commercial Officer

MBA 5 years experience in sales management and 2 years in the insect industry.

Emilie Devic, Phd
Chief Technical Officer

5 years experience in BSF Farming in SEA Ph.D.
Thesis: Assessing Insect-Based Product as Feed Ingredients for Aquaculture

Astasit Kaewnanuer, Phd
Business Developer

20 years experience in Technical Sales of Animal Feed Ingredients in SEA. Managed accounts including CP, Cargill, Thai Union, Nestle, and Mars Petcare.

“BSF meal addresses several of the sustainability concerns that face the aquaculture industry,”

Dr. Kevin Fitzsimmons, Department of Environmental Science, University of Arizona.