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Protanica – Feeding the next billion | sustainable food of the future

Updated: Jul 9, 2020

We all utilize natural resources, either for business or personal reasons as our daily consumption such as food and to remedy as medicines, worth of hundreds millions US dollars per year. Unfortunately, they are threatened and going to extinguish.

The extinction had actually occurred in the past millions years, this is worrying, after humans have developed and changed living entering the industrial age, started to destruct the nature which is called “The development of extinction” that has exceeded 1,000 times more than it should be and in the next 20 years, the extinction will be about 25% of the extinction in 1982.

As it was mentioned in World Economic Forum, "Top risks are environmental, but ignore economics and they will be harder to fix. Businesses need to adapt their metrics to assess the value of nature".

According to FAO's report, FAO’s State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture and a report from the world’s top biodiversity body, IPBES, laid out how climate change will accelerate the loss of the ecosystems and biodiversity that provide the foundations for human existence, including food production.The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) found that land and oceans are under growing threat, but could contribute to lowering emissions and helping vulnerable communities adapt to a changing climate.

Protanica emphasises all impacts that have been happening to our globe especially environment and society. These are the reasons why Protanica is determined to produce products that are both highly nutritious and environment-friendly.

Our crickets are grown using way less land, food and water than traditional livestock making them a planet friendly practice. visit our website

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Address: 139, Sethiwan Tower, 11th floor, Room No.A04, Pan Road, Bangkok 10500

Tel: +66 2 821 6200, +66 65 734 8558

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