AgriLife Limited

Pioneering waste-to-nutrient insect technology using black soldier fly larvae to up-cycle organic waste into sustainable eco-friendly insect protein for animal feed.

AgriLife SDGs


Protecting the security of our food chain & promoting sustainable agriculture

SDG 12

Our end-to-end process emphasises on waste minimisation

SDG 13

We divert organic waste from landfills and lower GHG emissions

SDG 14

We protect marine biodiversity by reducing wild fish in fishmeal

Our Business Model

Organic Fertilizer For Crops

Waste Management

Eco-Friendly Animal Feed

AgriLife Team

The Team Behind Eco-Friendly Animal Feed

Grace Samson

Co-Founder & Product Manager

Costantine Edward

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Adria Nolasco

Co-Founder & Research Specialist

Herman Edward

Co-Founder & Director of Operations


AgriLife selected as one of the top 26 in the 2021 GOGettaz Agripreneuer Prize

Generation Africa is a partnership initiative with a vision to strengthen the ecosystem for youth entrepreneurs in the agri-food sector across the continent. Founding...

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Out of 505 applicants AgriLife was selected to be a food systems game changers lab fellow

Throughout late 2020 and early 2021, food systems experts and organizations in support of the UN Food Systems Summit called forward potential game-changing solutions...

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AgriLife selected for Climate LaunchPad 2021

ClimateLaunchpad is the world’s largest green business ideas competition. Our mission is to unlock the world’s cleantech potential that addresses climate change. The competition...

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Treading News on Black Soldier Fly

The global black soldier fly market is expected to reach $2.57 billion by 2030 with a CAGR of 33.3% during the forecast period of 2019 to 2030.

Black Soldier fly is the only possible way out of the fishmeal trap

AgriLife Limited - Tanzania

The most expensive component of raising animals is the protein cost in feeds, which accounts for 60 to 70 per cent of the total production cost,” says Dr Tanga. “Black soldier fly is a lot more affordable.

The Rockefeller Foundation - United Nations

Black soldier flies (Hermetia illucens) are not much to look at, but they are making major waves in the aquaculture industry. These superstar larvae are disrupting the fish feed status quo by providing a protein-packed, inexpensive and high-quality alternative to the otherwise unsustainable feeds on the market.

Forbes - New Jersey

Given that some regions use insects as an alternative protein source for humans, isn’t it also possible to feed cattle with insects? Yes, it is a sustainable way. Moreover it is not limited by cultural restraints of the more industrialised societies.

FAO - Rome - Italy