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Dr Daniel Mulino speaks to Parliament, about how Bardee are tackling the wicked problem of food waste
Victorian agtech Bardee is buzzing as Bunnings prepares to launch its first larvae-based fertiliser
Bardee chat with the House of Wellness team to talk about our mission to reshape the global food system. (Bardee story @ 22min)
Warwick Jones interviews Phoebe and Alex about Bardee's maggot army making feed out of flies
Phoebe and Alex are honoured to be named in The Australian's Top 100 Innovators in 2022.
Phoebe and Alex sit down with Natasha Mitchell of ABC to discuss our mighty maggot army
Bardee General Manager Bianca Bragalenti profiled in hometown newspaper
Anipal discuss the future of the pet food industry with novel, sustainable protein
Dogs love to eat some dodgy things, no surprise they are enjoying food made from maggots.
We’re hiring two production leaders to help rapidly grow Bardee’s manufacturing capacity
These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Agriculture Technology industry
Telstra says it will instead bolster its own stocks by planting 240 hectares of land
Entrepreneurship can take many forms, but for Bardee founders Phoevbe Gardner and Alex Arnold it is the stench of a truck full of food waste
Bardee has secured $5 million in funding from Blackbird Ventures and angels including Culture Amp founder Didier Elzinga and Who Gives a Crap’s Simon Griffiths.
Flies are annoying, but they may be part of the solution to reduce the world's food wastage crisis.
The investment was led by Blackbird Ventures, alongside angel investors including Greta Bradman, Didier Elzinga, and Simon Griffiths.
Bardee announces it has raised $5M of funding to reshape the global food system
Melbourne startup Bardee has raised $5 million in a seed round as it looks to convert food waste into insect protein and fertiliser.
Phoebe Gardner joins us to talk food waste with her startup Bardee.
The team at Melbourne startup Bardee has a deep appreciation for the power of insects – and even snacks on them in the office.
Rising out of the Melbourne Accelerator Program, Bardee’s innovative circular food system uses insects to consume food waste, then turns that insect protein into animal feed.
How Phoebe Gardner is Turning the Food System Into a Circular Economy