Day 1 – Insects in general
Wednesday, 19 January 2022
9:00 CET / about 4 hours

Welcome and introduction
Werner Sitzmann, IFF, Braunschweig/Germany

EU regulatory opportunities for unleashing the circularity potential of farmed insects
Christophe Derrien, International Platform of Insects for Food and Feed (IPIFF), Brussels/Belgium

Boundary conditions in insect technologies with respect to sustainability
Verena Böschen, IFF, Braunschweig/Germany

Growth performance of Hermetia illuscens on by-products characterized by PLC ratio
Martina Kießling, Deutsches Institut für Lebensmitteltechnik e.V. (DIL), Quakenbrück/Germany

Cooling and humidification for insect farms
Ralf Gruber, Armstrong International Deutschland GmbH, Saarbrücken/Germany

Plant concepts for larvae processing
Arne Heuer, Amandus Kahl GmbH & Co. KG, Reinbek/Germany

Day 2 – Insect facilities: engineering and animal nutrition
Thursday, 20 January 2022
9:00 CET / about 5 hours

Insect as a protein carrier in compound feed  –an overview to the influence of chitin on the crude protein value
Patrick Sudwischer, IFF, Braunschweig/Germany

Wet processing for insect fractionation in practice
Stefan Kirchner, GEA Westfalia Separator Group GmbH, Oelde/Germany

Dry processing of insects –how does it work in theory and practice
Artur Kühl, Reinartz GmbH & Co. KG, Neuss/Germany

Selling petfood with insects in Europe
Martin Sieland, Purento GmbH, Schwegenheim/Germany

Insect derived ingredients in pet nutrition
Aman Paul, Protix, Dongen/The Netherlands

An insight in insect cooking –promoting the edible insect sector in Myanmar through tv cooking programmes and social media
Ei Phyu and David Allan, Myanmar


Admission fee
The admission fee for each participant is:

members of IFF    €300.00
non-members €400.00

Separate days can be booked:
€150.00 / €200.00 per day

The admission fee is tax-free according to § 4, No. 22 UStG (German value added tax act).

Registration is available, HERE.

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