GREEiNSECT has in the last years build a strong network in Denmark and abroad with universities and other research institutions to strengthen research, knowledge sharing and capacity building around insects for food and feed.
GREEiNSECT members are advising and collaborating with the following networks and projects:
A multidisciplinary group of scientists and innovators from institutions based in Denmark. Engaged in research and innovation in the various areas related to the use of insects as food and feed. INFOFEE contributes to communicate between academia and the public through media coverage on the status of insects for food and feed research and innovation. Visit INFOOFEE website
Nordic Food Lab is a non-profit, open-source organisation that investigates food diversity and deliciousness. Established in 2008, it combines scientific and humanistic approaches with culinary techniques from around the world to explore the edible potential of the Nordic region – the flavours that say something about us and imbue the foods we eat with a connection to this place and this time. We work to broaden our taste, generating and adapting practical ideas and methods for those who make food and those who enjoy eating.
GREEiNSECT has collaborated with Nordic Food Lab on scientific papers about insects as food and feed and Nordic Food Lab has presented their philosophy and work on the deliciousness of insects to GREEiNSECT partners. Visit Nordic Food Lab website
Established in 2016 by a World Bank grant, GREEiNSECT is collaborating with the Center of Excellence in Sustainbale Use of Insects as Food and Feeds (INSEFOODS) hosted at our long time partner Jaramogi Odinga Oginga University of Science and Technology (JOOUST) in Bondo, Kenya. Visit the INSEFOODS Center website
In order to strengethen parternship in the Nordic region, GREEiNSECT is also partner in the NICE network working on a number of activities related to research and development of insect farming and value chains are advancing locally in several research organisations and private enterprises in the Nordic region. NICE will disseminate the advancements in this field and create a platform where researchers from various disciplines and industry partners can meet, discuss ideas and initiate new projects. Visit the NICE Network website
GREEiNSECT partners are involved in the Danish cross-sectoral project inVALUABLE, which is led by the Danish Technological Institute (DTI) in Århus, Denmark. The project has been granted 19 Million Danish Kroner from the Danish Innnovation Fund (Innovationsfonden) and has a total budget of 28 Million Danish Kroner. The aim is to establish industrial insect production in Denmark, with a focus on mealworms utilizing food and brewery waste. Visit the inVALUABLE information site