Grubbly Farms is feeding the future through sustainable protein. They are developing a new source of protein for livestock, poultry, and fish farms by raising black soldier fly larvae off of various streams of organic waste. The larvae are then harvested and processed into a rich protein powder used in animal feed. Their protein can be grown more densely and uses far less resources than soy. In addition to protein, the process produces a natural nutrient rich fertilizer which can be used in vegetable farming and an oil which can be used as a bio-fuel. In the future, Grubbly Farms will be able to extract chitins from the insect's exoskeleton, which has applications in the medical, cosmetic, water treatment, food, and biotechnology industry.