Dog food made from insects may reduce carbon footprint

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Insects-made dog food can reduce carbon footprint globally.

The startup company Yora in England introduces the insect-made dog food product that will reduce carbon footprint globally.

Furthermore, the dog food is from the larvae of black soldier fly which has a combination of oats, potatoes, and herbs. Also, it is shaped into dry kibble and the company plans to develop a “wet” version this year.

Moreover, insects as an alternative source of protein could help eradicate food hunger and reduce the carbon footprint of meat products. Also, insects have proteins, fats, mineral, and amino acids that made it safe for human and animal consumption.

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