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GPCA featured Malaysia-based foodtech Nutrition Technologies in the 2021 report, Emerging Tech Trends in Southeast Asia

Founded in 2015, Nutrition Technologies’ mission is to introduce insects into the global food supply chain by harnessing their potential as sustainable commodity ingredients for animal and plant nutrition.


The European Union authorises insect proteins in poultry and pig feed

‘Our sector warmly welcomes this final step in the authorisation process of insect proteins in poultry and
pig feed [2]’, stated IPIFF’s President, Adriana Casillas.  

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Nutrition Technologies raises additional funds to prepare for the next stage of growth

Singapore-based agrifood tech company Nutrition Technologies opens its first industrial-scale insect protein factory in Iskandar Puteri, Johor, Malaysia. 




Honorable Mention as Deal of the Year 2019

Nutrition Technologies alongside Openspace Ventures is proud to be Honorable mention as Deal of the Year 2019 in Asian-mena Counsel, magazine....


World Seafood Congress 2019 - Potential of insect feed in Aquaculture

For the first time, in september 2019 the World Seafood Congress was held in Asia, on the island of Penang in Malaysia. For the occasion, our R&D Manager Nada Dhaoui...


Insect meal production is poised to rise as a major aquafeed ingredient

With this new article in AQUACULTURE Asia Pacific Magazine, our CTO describes the impressive evolution of the insect sector in Southeast Asia....


British High Commissioner for Malaysia and IRDA Director Officially Opens New Factory

The British High Commissioner for Malaysia, HE Vicki Treadall and IRDA Director for Economics and Investment, Mr Engku Kamel...


Nutrition Technologies teams with Crops for the future for the FishPlus IFS Project...

The quest for a truly sustainable animal feed based on underutilised crops upcycled by insects...


CEO pitches at global Fish 2.0 finals...

CEO Nick Piggott pitches at the finals of the year-long multi-phased Fish 2.0 challenge in the USA.


Oi Magazine investigates the buzz around black soldier flies...

Saving the world through craft beer and black soldier flies...the story begins on a fishing trip...

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Study: BSF meal improves survivability, yields and FCR in shrimp diets


A study led by Singaporean insect meal producers, Nutrition Technologies, found performance gains from partial substitution of fishmeal with BSF meal in shrimp diets. 

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The importance of symbiotic relationships in biological systems

"We have developed a system that optimizes the symbiotic relationships between larvae and their microbiome...", 
declared the Co-CEO of Nutrition Technologies. Nick Piggott.


Research into producing cheaper animal feed

Livestock farmers say that one of their biggest expenses is the cost of the feed. If that can be reduced, the price of animal products – be it eggs, fish or meat – should also drop.


Industrial Biotechnology Magazine Nutrition Technologies, Catalyzing Innovation

“Our main mission is to offer a price competitive sustainable protein and oil to the animal feed market and organic compost to our local agricultural industry”...


INSECTA 2019 - The Global Insect Industry is flying on its own

In September we took part in the fifth edition of the international conference INSECTA. The conference aimed to give an overview into the latest technology and updates...


Agri-Food Innovation Week - Insect Protein a key alternative for the future

It was a pleasure to attend the Agri-Food Innovation Week in Singapore and discuss the use of black soldier fly larvae based products in the feed and pet food industry. We are grateful to all who came and...


Insects could be the next big feed segment, but only if it can find scale.

Foodnavigator interviews CEO Nick Piggott on future of insect-as-feed sector...


International Aquafeed publish an article by CEO, Nick Piggott...

Is flymeal the new fishmeal? Nick questions the fervour behind the new sector...


New pilot factory opens in Malaysia...

Nutrition Technologies begin their scale-up process with their first commercial production facility in Johor Bahru, Malaysia...


Aquaculture Research Partnership with Pontus Research – EuraStip Programme

Through the EuraStip programme our R&D Manager Diep Dao recently worked on the use of Hermetia illucens larvae in aquafeed  ...


Nutrition Technologies will be showcasing advances in insect production at TechInnovation Singapore

Sustainable insect protein solutions are also explored for livestock feed and more. An exhibitor, Nutrition Technologies, is using black soldier fly larvae to convert organic waste and byproducts into protein, oil, and frass.


Nutrition Technologies Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

Malaysia -- Nutrition Technologies announced today that Richard Hayler is appointed as Chief Financial Officer, effective April 5, 2021, to support Series B fundraising and beyond.


INSECT PROTEIN: The Future of Feed.

Insect protein has taken centre stage in the search for alternative proteins in animal feed. The novel insect-protein industry has scaled production in recent years, with a growing number of new companies appearing in Southeast Asia.


The hidden power of insect frass - Insect based fertilizer and biostimulant

Insect production is about protein and oil, but it’s also about frass. At Nutrition Technologies we are currently leading research on the bioactive potential of our frass to produce insect based organic fertilizer...


Nutrition Technologies raises series A funding to build Southeast Asia largest insect factory

We are happy to announce that we have raised Series A funding led by Openspace Ventures, and joined by, SEEDS Capital (an investment arm of Enterprise Singapore)....


AFFIA workshop on "Insect protein for livestock, aquafeed and pet food applications" at VIVAsia 2019

Martin Zorrilla, Nutrition Technologies’ CTO represented the Asian insect protein sector at VIVAsia 2019...


M&G publish article by our CTO, Martin Zorrilla "Insectmeal: A revolutionary ingredient"...

"Insects can be a feed ingredient”. Over the past decade this statement has gone from... 


Hive Life interviews COO, Tom Berry, on farming flies...

Biotechnology company Nutrition Technologies explains how insect farming could change the way we eat... 


Nutrition Technologies wins Tech4farmers...

Nutrition Technologies are declared winners and fan favourites of the USAID backed Tech4Farmers Asia Challenge 2.0

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