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Ma Poule Express

Dried Mealworms - 100% LOCAL DELUXE Edition - Made in Quebec

Dried Mealworms - 100% LOCAL DELUXE Edition - Made in Quebec

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Key Features:

1. **Made in Canada:** Ma Poule Express guarantees quality and supports local communities with exclusively Canadian production. Made in Quebec, in a circular economy

2. **Ecological:** R reduces GHG emissions (compared to meat)

3. **Premium Quality:** Our dried mealworms are carefully selected and processed to provide a nutritious and delicious treat for your pets. Hormone free. Non-GMO. Chemical free.

4. **Versatile Snacks:** Perfect for chickens, birds, lizards, turtles, hedgehogs, rodents and fish, providing a varied treat for a range of pets.

5. **Natural Purity:** No additives or preservatives - just natural mealworms to supplement your pets' diet. Rich in prebiotic fiber. Rich in digestible proteins (9 complete amino acids. Rich in vitamin B12. Rich in good fats (Omega 3 and 6). Rich in zinc, iron and minerals.

6. **Convenient 1lb (0.45kg) Packaging:** Generous quantity to satisfy your pets, conveniently packaged for easy storage.

About the producer:

In Canada, nearly 60% of food is wasted and our waste generates 4.6% of greenhouse gases (GHG).

Currently proposed solutions, such as composting and biomethanization, degrade the nutritional value of food and generate by-products with low added value.

At the same time, and while global meat consumption is expected to double by 2050, the breeding of animals intended for food consumption emits 6.3% of GHGs. Especially since the production of their feed pollutes water, impoverishes soil and degrades ecosystems.

Insects represent a sustainable source of protein for both human and animal consumption, which can in particular be used in the composition of feed for poultry and fish.

It is possible to raise insects from certain types of traceable food waste. Insects also convert food into body mass much more efficiently than most other livestock, while emitting fewer GHGs.

Furthermore, insect droppings have fertilizing properties that can optimize growth and stimulate the immune system of plants.

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