Axfoundation and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) are bringing together researchers and practitioners from across Sweden to jointly tackle two of the greatest challenges of the food system: waste of resources and the environmental impact of feed. The project will test and evaluate several innovative feed ingredients, including for example insects, mycoprotein, and blue mussels from the Baltic Sea. The goal is to set up production with sales of pigs, fish, poultry, and eggs from laying hens that have been fed a low climate impact feed containing ingredients that benefit biodiversity. The project takes the results further from the pilot Five Tons of Green Fish which proved that it is possible to raise Swedish rainbow salmon with insect-based feed, which has up to 70% lower climate footprint than conventional feed.