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– GLOBAL BUSINESS DESIGN–
EATING INSECTS
THE FINAL REPORT
PAULO ALVES – LAUREN CONSTANT – MATIAS FAGER – MORGANE RISPAL – ...
Slide 2
CAUSES OF DEFORESTATION IN THE AMAZON
(3 MILLION HECTARES ANNUALLY)
CARBON WAR ROOM
“CASE STUDY BRAZIL LIVESTOCK”
Slide 3
2006 FAO’S REPORT
“LIVESTOCK'S LONG SHADOW”
LIVESTOCK IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
OF GLOBAL GREENHOUSE EMISSIONS
21%!
18%!
...
Slide 4
2006 FAO’S REPORT
“LIVESTOCK'S LONG SHADOW”EUROPEAN BIO PLASTICS
“LAND USE”
Slide 5
2013 WASHINGTON POST ARTICLE
“THIS TERRIFYING CHART SHOWS WE’RE NOT GROWING ENOUGH FOOD TO FEED THE WORLD”
POPULAT...
Slide 6
BUSINESS IDEA:
FARM EDIBLE INSECTS FOR
HUMAN CONSUMPTION IN
NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE.
Slide 7
WHY
INSECTS?
WHY
FARMING?
WHY
NORTH
AMERICA
AND
EUROPE?
Slide 8
WHY
INSECTS?
WHY
FARMING?
WHY
NORTH
AMERICA
AND
EUROPE?
Slide 9
Global demand for edible insects by continent, exo.ca
INSECTS ARE ALREADY BEING EATEN BY OVER 2 BILLION PEOPLE ALL...
Slide 10
2012 EPI by Yale University
2013 Global meat consumption by country (per capita), Geocurrents
WHY NORTH AMERICA A...
Slide 11
EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA ARE THE WEALTHIEST REGIONS OF THE WORLD!
HOWEVER…
UNITED STATES
20% OF THE POPULATION TA...
Slide 12
GREATEST SHARE OF THE POPULATION WILL NOT HAVE
ACCESS TO MEAT
DEMAND FOR ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS IS MEANT TO
HAPPEN...
Slide 13
WHY
INSECTS?
WHY
FARMING?
WHY
NORTH
AMERICA
AND
EUROPE?
Slide 14
WHY INSECTS?
It’s estimated that crickets are 20X MORE
EFFICIENT as a source of protein than cattle.
Crickets pro...
Slide 15
WHY INSECTS?
In Europe and the U.S, insects are mostly
seen as pests that might potentially carry
diseases.
Howev...
Slide 16
WHY INSECTS?
GREAT SPACE TO GROW WHERE SKY IS THE LIMIT FOR RECIPES’ INNOVATION
Slide 17
WHY INSECTS?
STRONG SUPPORT HOT INDUSTRY WITH RAISING MARKET ENTRIES
Slide 18
WHY
INSECTS?
WHY
FARMING?
WHY
NORTH
AMERICA
AND
EUROPE?
Slide 19
Potential boom industry for entrepreneurs
More manageable and less costly than a
manufacturing and retailing busi...
Slide 20
THE COMPETITION
NORTH AMERICA EUROPE
Slide 21
THE POTENTIAL MARKET
Slide 22
OPPORTUNITY
PLAYING WITH THE NUMBERS:
…IN 10 YEARS FROM NOW EUROPE
NORTH
AMERICA
POPULATION 740 909 333 381 518 1...
Slide 23
OPPORTUNITY
PLAYING WITH THE NUMBERS:
…IN 10 YEARS FROM NOW EUROPE
NORTH
AMERICA
MARKET SIZE 121 727 728 62 059 3...
Slide 24
MISSION
SUPPLY FOOD PROCESSORS AND WHOLESALERS
WITH QUALITY INSECTS
PROMOTE AN ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY DIET
GROW A...
THE TEAM
Thibault WANSCHPaulo ALVES Lauren CONSTANT
Leonard LI Matias FAGERMorgane RISPAL
Slide 26
OUR VALUES
HIGH-STANDARD FOR QUALITY
EFFICIENCY
SOPHISTICATION AND INNOVATION
INITIATIVE
Slide 27
OUR OFFER
Edible insects for FOOD (humans)
A diverse PORTFOLIO
A SAFE and CONTROLLED environment	
  
Black soldie...
Slide 28
OUR CLIENTS
FOOD PROCESSORS
WHOLESALERS
THE REARING PROCESS

BASIC GUIDELINES
Slide 29
THE REARING PROCESS

HOW TO MAKE IT INDUSTRIAL ?
Slide 30
ROADMAP
Slide 31
Slide 32
VISION
BECOME THE #1 GLOBAL INSECT FARMER
OFFER A GREAT DIVERSITY OF INSECTS FOR EVERY
TYPES AND NEEDS OF OUR CUS...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR
ATTENTION
Q&A
PAULO ALVES – LAUREN CONSTANT – MATIAS FAGER – MORGANE RISPAL – THIBAULT WANSCH – LEONARD...
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Part of Edible Insects' Final Pitch

  1. 1. – GLOBAL BUSINESS DESIGN– EATING INSECTS THE FINAL REPORT PAULO ALVES – LAUREN CONSTANT – MATIAS FAGER – MORGANE RISPAL – THIBAULT WANSCH – LEONARD LI
  2. 2. Slide 2 CAUSES OF DEFORESTATION IN THE AMAZON (3 MILLION HECTARES ANNUALLY) CARBON WAR ROOM “CASE STUDY BRAZIL LIVESTOCK”
  3. 3. Slide 3 2006 FAO’S REPORT “LIVESTOCK'S LONG SHADOW” LIVESTOCK IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OF GLOBAL GREENHOUSE EMISSIONS 21%! 18%! 14%! 12%! 12%! 10%! 7%! 4%! 3%! Energy Production! Livestock production! Transportation! Fossil-fuel retrieval! Agriculture! Ridential! anufacturing! Land use! Waste disposal and treatment! 18%
  4. 4. Slide 4 2006 FAO’S REPORT “LIVESTOCK'S LONG SHADOW”EUROPEAN BIO PLASTICS “LAND USE”
  5. 5. Slide 5 2013 WASHINGTON POST ARTICLE “THIS TERRIFYING CHART SHOWS WE’RE NOT GROWING ENOUGH FOOD TO FEED THE WORLD” POPULATION IS EXPECTED TO SWELL FROM 7 TO 9.5 BILLION
  6. 6. Slide 6 BUSINESS IDEA: FARM EDIBLE INSECTS FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION IN NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE.
  7. 7. Slide 7 WHY INSECTS? WHY FARMING? WHY NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE?
  8. 8. Slide 8 WHY INSECTS? WHY FARMING? WHY NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE?
  9. 9. Slide 9 Global demand for edible insects by continent, exo.ca INSECTS ARE ALREADY BEING EATEN BY OVER 2 BILLION PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD WHY NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE?
  10. 10. Slide 10 2012 EPI by Yale University 2013 Global meat consumption by country (per capita), Geocurrents WHY NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE? Environmental Performance Index 1. Switzerland 3. Norway 6. France 8. Italy 9. United Kingdom 11. Germany 16. Netherlands 32. Spain 37. Canada 49. United States of America
  11. 11. Slide 11 EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA ARE THE WEALTHIEST REGIONS OF THE WORLD! HOWEVER… UNITED STATES 20% OF THE POPULATION TAKE MORE THAN 80% OF THE COUNTRY’S WEALTH WHY NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE?
  12. 12. Slide 12 GREATEST SHARE OF THE POPULATION WILL NOT HAVE ACCESS TO MEAT DEMAND FOR ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS IS MEANT TO HAPPEN WHY NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE?
  13. 13. Slide 13 WHY INSECTS? WHY FARMING? WHY NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE?
  14. 14. Slide 14 WHY INSECTS? It’s estimated that crickets are 20X MORE EFFICIENT as a source of protein than cattle. Crickets produce 80X LESS METHANE than cattle. 100 gallons of water creates 6g of cow protein, 18g of chicken protein, and 238g OF CRICKET PROTEIN CRICKETS VS. BEEF ENTO.COM
  15. 15. Slide 15 WHY INSECTS? In Europe and the U.S, insects are mostly seen as pests that might potentially carry diseases. However… There are no known cases where diseases or parasites would have been transferred to humans because of entomophagy Insects, if raised, prepared and cooked properly are as safe (even safer) than any other ordinary food ARE THEY SAFE TO EAT ?
  16. 16. Slide 16 WHY INSECTS? GREAT SPACE TO GROW WHERE SKY IS THE LIMIT FOR RECIPES’ INNOVATION
  17. 17. Slide 17 WHY INSECTS? STRONG SUPPORT HOT INDUSTRY WITH RAISING MARKET ENTRIES
  18. 18. Slide 18 WHY INSECTS? WHY FARMING? WHY NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE?
  19. 19. Slide 19 Potential boom industry for entrepreneurs More manageable and less costly than a manufacturing and retailing business “At this moment, any entrepreneur with the resources to start a cricket farm has a guaranteed market for their produce.” Daniel Imrie-Situnayake, co-founder of Tiny Farms, the edible bug company WHY FARMING?
  20. 20. Slide 20 THE COMPETITION NORTH AMERICA EUROPE
  21. 21. Slide 21 THE POTENTIAL MARKET
  22. 22. Slide 22 OPPORTUNITY PLAYING WITH THE NUMBERS: …IN 10 YEARS FROM NOW EUROPE NORTH AMERICA POPULATION 740 909 333 381 518 115 % POPULATION THAT MOST LIKELY WILL ADD INSECTS ON THEIR DIET 80% 80% MAIN TARGET (15-44) 40.30% 39.9% % OF POPULATION WITH ALLERGIES 2% 2% % OF PEOPLE WILLING TO INCLUDE INSECT IN THEIR DIET TODAY 52% 52% MARKET SIZE 121 727 728 62 059 385
  23. 23. Slide 23 OPPORTUNITY PLAYING WITH THE NUMBERS: …IN 10 YEARS FROM NOW EUROPE NORTH AMERICA MARKET SIZE 121 727 728 62 059 385 AMOUNT OF USD$ CONSUMED PER PERSON/YEAR $15/MONTH $15/MONTH MARKET SIZE IN USD$ $21.91 B $11.17 B MARKET SIZE: $33BILLION
  24. 24. Slide 24 MISSION SUPPLY FOOD PROCESSORS AND WHOLESALERS WITH QUALITY INSECTS PROMOTE AN ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY DIET GROW AWARENESS REGARDING EDIBLE INSECTS AND THE FOOD CRISIS
  25. 25. THE TEAM Thibault WANSCHPaulo ALVES Lauren CONSTANT Leonard LI Matias FAGERMorgane RISPAL
  26. 26. Slide 26 OUR VALUES HIGH-STANDARD FOR QUALITY EFFICIENCY SOPHISTICATION AND INNOVATION INITIATIVE
  27. 27. Slide 27 OUR OFFER Edible insects for FOOD (humans) A diverse PORTFOLIO A SAFE and CONTROLLED environment   Black soldier fly larvae (feed) Exotic species: Scorpions Crickets
  28. 28. Slide 28 OUR CLIENTS FOOD PROCESSORS WHOLESALERS
  29. 29. THE REARING PROCESS
 BASIC GUIDELINES Slide 29
  30. 30. THE REARING PROCESS
 HOW TO MAKE IT INDUSTRIAL ? Slide 30
  31. 31. ROADMAP Slide 31
  32. 32. Slide 32 VISION BECOME THE #1 GLOBAL INSECT FARMER OFFER A GREAT DIVERSITY OF INSECTS FOR EVERY TYPES AND NEEDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS IN EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA
  33. 33. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION Q&A PAULO ALVES – LAUREN CONSTANT – MATIAS FAGER – MORGANE RISPAL – THIBAULT WANSCH – LEONARD LI
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