Sustainability

  • How can I dispose of Lovebug™ cat food?

    You can safely put any leftover Lovebug™ cat food in your general waste, or your home composting if you have one. Don...

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  • What do I do with the packaging? Is it recyclable?

    The full sized Lovebug™ cat food packaging (1kg bag) is 100% recyclable and made from paper, which can be put into yo...

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  • How will Lovebug™ cat food be packed when I order it?

    It will be delivered in a plastic-free, 100% recyclable FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) parcel and sometimes with pa...

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  • You claim that Lovebug™ cat food reduces waste. What is this based on?

    The factory sends no waste to landfill, and the bugs used reduce food waste because they're fed on 100% surplus veggi...

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  • You claim that Lovebug™ cat food uses less land than beef. What is this based on?

    The estimate of land savings of insect protein meal compared to protein meal from beef is calculated on the basis of ...

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  • Where is the cat food manufactured?

    Lovebug™ cat food is manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility in Germany.

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  • Do you source from regenerative agriculture in your supply chain?

    Yes, Lovebug™ cat food’s packaging is sourced using material from regenerated forests – see the FSC (Forest Stewardsh...

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  • Why is Lovebug™ cat food better for the planet?

    Lovebug™ cat food can make a real difference to the environment. Per kilo of protein, farming bugs takes up 80% less ...

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  • If you really want to save the planet, why don’t you make vegetarian cat food?

    Cats are ‘obligate carnivores’, which means they need protein from meat to survive!

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  • Insects are an important part of our ecosystems so how is it beneficial to our planet to feed them to our cats?

    Lovebug™ cat food uses insects from efficient and contained farms that are totally separate from outdoor wild ecosyst...

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