Fly-Breeding Kitchen Appliance Offers Renewable Protein Source [Pics]

Fly-Breeding Kitchen Appliance Offers Renewable Protein Source [Pics]
Design

Designer Katharina Unger created Farm 432, a table-top fly breeding farm for the home.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 29 july 2013

Farm 432 is a table-top insect breeding farm developed by industrial designer Katharina Unger. This breeding farm allows people to grow edible fly larvae as an alternative source of protein.

Unger bred black soldier fly larvae first in a prototype then designed an appliance-like system that is more suitable for a home setting.

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