MUSCA Organic Fertilizer is selected for Agriculture Technology Demonstration Project at Kikuchi City in Kumamoto Prefecture
MUSCA receives Innovation Showcase Award at 2020 Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards, co-hosted by JSNC and Stanford University
MUSCA Inc. appoints Masa Ando as Co-CEO, COO & CSO, joining forces with CEO Ayano Ryugo
MUSCA launches a brand-new E-Commerce Site “Sustainable Food Market”.
MUSCA's mission is to keep our organic resources continually recirculating for our children and further generations.
MUSCA’s team is driven by a circular economy concept at the heart of their business model.
This allows MUSCA to provide products and services today that address the projected challenges around environmental pollution, protein deficit, and global food crisis in the future.
MUSCA’s highly efficient biomass recycling system is developed with the energy of insects, a force that was largely overlooked until recent years.
MUSCA’S UNIQUE HOUSEFLY BRED FOR HALF-A-CENTURY
A round trip to Mars was estimated to take four long years, making human waste management and food acquisition a critical issue to resolve.
An ecology for self-supplied food and fertilizer was developed, utilizing the most mundane of terrestrial creatures: the housefly.
The research was suspended after the Soviet Union collapsed; however, the technology and research was inherited and is conducted by the MUSCA team today.
MUSCA owns thoroughbred houseflies that have been selectively bred over 1200 generations, for almost fifty years.
MUSCA’s thoroughbred houseflies are resilient to extremely high-density spaces, and have high productivity.