27. January 2022
How does the REINARTZ screw press work, how is it constructed and how is it used, for example, for processing insects?
18. November 2021
In cooperation with abc GmbH, REINARTZ has launched a project with the help of which a bioeconomy concept for the innovative use of residual materials from leaves, roots and stems of the pineapple plant has now been established in Costa Rica.
8. November 2021
This year at the international conference Insecta in Magdeburg: Our presentation on ‘Insect Processing for Food and Feed’.
22. September 2021
In the animal feed sector, insects have long been used as an alternative source of protein – for example in feed for dogs and cats. Approval for livestock, such as poultry and pigs, is expected this fall. But insects also have many advantages as a food source for us humans.
24. June 2021
Protein production from insects for high-quality animal feed – an efficient and ecological alternative. CO2 balance of insects as well as the land and energy requirements for production speak for themselves. Production involves several stages, one of which is larvae fattening. The left image section shows Hermetia Illucens larvae (BSF) during rearing in the bioreactor.
22. April 2021
Looking for an efficient way to warm up your seeds for further protein production? We have the solution!
14. April 2021
This is the motto of this year’s IFF Braunschweig online conference. Three days packed with valuable expert knowledge about the potential of insects as an alternative sustainable protein source as well as the entire production process are available for you.
25. March 2021
In the Rhineland, there is a scientific landscape for the bioeconomy that is unique in Germany. To what extent is this potential already being used in education and training for the regional economy?
18. March 2021
The extraction of proteins is a continually topical issue in the animal feed market. Healthy and nutritious, yet economical feed is required. There are several ideas, but the chosen option must fit one’s own needs. Recently the macadamia nut was reported to be highly protein-rich and a wonderful alternative for feeding to poultry.