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Can a chicken treat help change the world?
CityChick DoGood Grubs are black soldier fly larvae that are cultivated from pre-consumer, animal feed-grade food waste. Instead of going to a landfill, food waste is collected from grocery stores, restaurants, and food production facilities. The black soldier flies are harvested from this landfill-bound food waste.
Black soldier fly larvae feed on this typically landfill-bound food waste and are then harvested and dried to preserve as many of the nutritive properties as possible. One pound of black soldier fly larvae can keep up to 10 pounds of food waste from going to a landfill!
CityChick DoGood Grubs are good for the environment!Almost every poultry treat on the market comes in a plastic bag. Most of those plastic bags will end up in a landfill where the bag can take several years to break down. After your chickens finish their CityChick "DoGood" Grubs, simply toss your bag into the compost bin or into the trash. You'll feel great knowing that you've helped the planet after your chickens enjoyed their treats. Guess what? That beautiful CityChick label is ALSO fully compostable.
CityChick DoGood Grubs are good for the community!
In 2022, CityChick will donate $1 from the sale of every bag of DoGood Grubs to the Wylde Center. The Wylde Center was founded in 1997 out of a need to provide opportunities to experience nature in an urban environment. As a result of the community’s involvement and commitment, the organization has evolved into a large and active nonprofit organization operating five greenspaces in four different Decatur and Atlanta neighborhoods, open year-round for the community, for events, and for Wylde Center’s educational programs. For more information about the Wylde center, click here.
And of course, CityChick DoGood grubs are good for your chickens!
CityChick DoGood grubs contain up to 50x more calcium than mealworms. That extra calcium can be used for stronger eggshells. Black soldier fly larvae are an excellent source of protein. Plus, you can feel better knowing that our grubs are harvested in the United States and not from overseas.