Bug-farm was established in 2017 based on a vision of wanting to combining happiness in life with the production of sustainable insects to produce food and fertilizer.
We are all responsible. Not only for what we do, but also for what we fail to do and take action on.
It describes quite well what drove Johs Sterlie to start the journey of producing mealworms back in 2017. The feeling that drives you, where you cannot stop taking action when you have a good idea.
It has now developed into a mission that everyone in Bug-farm can vouch for and we want to help bring this world back to a green and sustainable level. We must all help.
Bug-farm is located in Birkerød, but is working to establish a new production farm on the farm Falkensteen in North Zealand. Here we must scale up the production of mealworms in order to satisfy the demand that we expect on the market in the years to come.
Bug-farm is dedicated to working within the framework of the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development Goals.
Bugfarm has now become a business in development with a number of products on the market and many new exciting products on the way in collaboration with successful food production companies in Denmark. We hope to enter into many more collaborations in the future to participate in developing classical Danish food that contains sustainable insects instead of conventional meat.
At Bug-farm, we are of the opinion that organic and sustainable fertilizer is 100% natural fertilizer.
One of the things that helps us decide which direction Bug-farm should go is the UN’s 17 world goals. They act as a clue that helps us decide where to put our energy and focus.
We have chosen to have our main focus on 6 of the areas where we feel we can make the biggest difference even if we see the greater picture.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Global Goals are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
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