Here is the list of companies selling edible insect products under its own brands. Protein bars, insect powder, snacks, crispbread pasta, and more unique products like insect infused beer, bitters, smoothies and burgers.
If you are interested in whole insects you can contact a professional farmer directly. They also often provide insect powder that are used by the companies below. Some of the companies below both breed insects and make their own products.
The Cricket Bakery (thecricketbakery.com) (Australia)
“Have created a range of nutritionally balanced, insect-based, baking blends that contain nothing but real food.”
The Cricket Effect (thecricketeffect.weebly.com) (Australia)
Grilo Protein (www.griloprotein.com.au) (Australia)
Australian company selling cricket powder (with different flavours) and soon also bars.
GrubsUp (grubsup.com.au) (Australia)
Cricket bar, powder and roasted crickets.
Hoppa Foods (www.hoppafoods.com) (Australia)
Leap Protein (www.leapcricketproteinbars.com) (Australia)
Die Wurmfarm (www.diewurmfarm.at) (Austria)
Goffard Sisters (www.goffardsisters.com), (Belgium)
With the Aldento insect powder pasta.
Kriket (kriket.be) (Belgium)
“Belgiums first cricket bar)
Little food (littlefood.org), (Belgium)
Powder, tapenade (!), crickers and dried crickets.
Nimavert (www.nimavert.be) (Belgium)
Makes food like ravioli and croquettes with mealworms as one of the main ingredients.
FasoPro (fasopro.bf) (Burkina Faso)
Bite Snacks (bitesnacks.com/) (Canada)
Entomo Farms (entomofarms.com) (Canada)
Inspiro Foods (www.insprofoods.com) (Canada)
Landish (landish.co/) (Canada)
Northern Bug Munchers (Facebook group) (Canada)
Flavor crickets and sell BBQ cricket tacos and grasshopper nachos at Mount Sima Ski Hill and to the local shops.
Näak (naakbar.com) (Canada)
A wide range of energy cricket bars.
La Tention Bala (latentationbala.com) (Canada)
Cricket based products.
uKa Protéine (www.ukaproteine.com) (Canada)
Yes Crickets (www.yescrickets.com) (Canada)
Premium Canadian cricket farm growing crickets and also selling flavoured dry-roasted crickets and protein powder.
1900 Especies (1900especies.co) (Colombia)
BioHexaPro (twitter.com/BioHexaPro) (Colombia)
Started January 2018. Will produce Burger, Protein Bar, Cricket Flour for Agriculture and Pet Food.
Grig (gogrig.com) (Czech Republic)
Producing the “Grig Immunity Booster”.
Sensbar (sensbar.com) (Czech Republic)
Terraz (terraz.cz) (Czech Republic)
Making cricket pasta.
Crickster (www.eatcrickster.com) (Denmark)
Enorm (www.enormfood.com) (Denmark)
Danish company making insect bars with lesser mealworm (and other snacks).
Syngja (www.syngja.dk) (Denmark)
Wholi food (wholifoods.com) (Denmark)
Used to be known under the brand “Daretoeat”. Makes cricket snacks and a protein bar called “Buff bar”
Entis (www.entis.fi) (Finland)
Started out with selling chocolate covered crickets and now sell smoothies and a meat substitute with soy meal and cricket powder.
Finsect (www.finsect.fi) (Finland)
Griidy (griidy.com) (Finland)
Finnish cricket products.
Sarastus Foods (www.sarastusfoods.fi) (Finland)
Crickeat (crickeat.com) (France)
In pulse protein (www.inpulseprotein.com) (France)
Formally known under the name “Mon grillon future foods”.
Jimini’s (www.jiminis.com) (France)
One of the biggest resellers in Europe, with a whole range of different products.
Micronutis (www.micronutris.com) (France)
Minus farm (minusfarm.fr) (France)
Micros farm selling its own products.
Beneto Foods (www.benetofoods.com), (Germany)
Three different flavors of cricket pasta.
Brento (brento.de) (Germany)
Bread with insect flour.
Bold Foods (www.bold-foods.de) (Germany)
There first product: Burgers made with buffalo worms.
Bug Foundation (bugfoundation.com), (Germany)
Have released their own bug burger!
Happy Cricket Food (www.happycricket.de) (Germany)
Insnack (insnack.de) (Germany)
Instinct (www.yourinstinct.de) (Germany)
A bar from Bear Protein.
Isaac nutrition (isaac-nutrition.de) (Germany)
Europes first protein powder with insects! Uses buffalo worms from Protifarm.
Imago insect products (www.imago-insects.com) (Germany)
Protein flour, dried crickets and proteinbars.
Plumento Foods (plumento-foods.com/) (Germany)
Pasta, cookies and a protein shake.
Six feet to eat (www.sixfeettoeat.de) (Germany)
Swarm Protein (swarmprotein.com) (Germany)
Wicked Cricket (www.wickedcricket.de) (Germany)
Roasted cricket snacks.
Biteback (www.bitebackinsect.com), (Indonesia)
Developing an alternative to Palm oil: meal worm oil!
Foodybug (foodybug.com) (Italy)
Flying Spark (www.theflyingspark.com) (Israel)
Israeli company working with fruit fly larvae. The currently produce whole powder, reduced-fat powder, dry larva and larvae oil.
Hargol (hargol.com) (Israel)
Farms kosher grasshoppers and makes grasshopper protein powder.
Bugmo (www.bugmo.jp) (Japan)
Ento (www.ento.my) (Malaysia)
Crillo MX (crillomx.com) (Mexico)
Giiga MX (www.facebook.com/LAGIIGA/) (Mexico)
Gran Mitla (granmitla.us), (Mexico)
“Sal de Gusano is a traditional Oaxacan spice made from sea salt, toasted and ground agave worms and chile costeño. A distinct Oaxacan flavor to accompany your Mezcal, Tequila or Michelada, on fruits and salads, or in signature Mexican dishes.”
Gricha (gricha.com), (Mexico)
Making insect cookies
Griyum (griyum.com.mx) (Mexico)
Mexican grasshopper crisps.
Merci Mercado (mercimercado.com) (Mexico)
Locally produced and collected Mexican edible insects/products.
Zofo (www.zofo.mx) (Mexico)
De Krekerij (krekerij.nl) (The Netherlands)
The dutch bugburger!
In-oil Food (https://inoilfood.wixsite.com/inoil) (The Netherlands)
Making buffalo- and mealworm olil.
Kreca Food (www.krecafood.com) (The Netherlands)
Tiny Foods (www.tinyfoods.nl) (Netherlands)
Tjirp Insect Food (www.tjirpfood.nl) (The Netherlands)
Eat Crawlers (www.eatcrawlers.co.nz) (New Zealand)
Live Longer (livelonger.co.nz) (New Zealand)
Primal Future (www.primalfuture.co.nz) (New Zealand)
Tomorrow Foods (www.tomorrowfoods.co.nz) (New Zealand)
Acheta (acheta.no) (Norway)
Norwegian startup selling cricket powder under its own brand.
Unik mat (www.unikmat.no), (Norway)
Urbanmat (www.urbanmat.no), (Norway)
Breeding and selling insects both whole and prepared.
Entopiruw (Facebook Page) (Peru)
Working on commercializing edible insects in Peru. First prototype “the demolitor”, a power bar.
Portugal Bugs (portugalbugs.pt) (Portugal)
Gourmet Grub (gourmetgrubb.com) (South Africa)
Makes “entomilk” from Black Soldier Fly larvae, and ice cream out of the entomilk!
Mopani Queens (Facebook page) (South Africa)
The only company in South Africa and sells flavored Mopani Caterpillars or Mopani Worms as they are known there.
Barbeque, chilli, chutney and the original salted flavour.
Edible Bug (edible-bug.co), (South Korea)
Edible Inc. is developing insect as sustainable protein. Product range: Well-processed edible insect itself and Food materials, Snacks, Noodles, and Health supplements using edible insects
Becrit (becrit.com) (Spain)
Entoma foods (entomafoods.com) (Spain)
Trillions (www.trillions.es) (Spain)
Eat:em (www.eatem.se) (Sweden)
Sells a cricket bar and crispbread.
Tebrito (tebrito.se) (Sweden)
Working on their own protein product based on mealworms.
Entomos (www.entomos.ch) (Switzerland)
essento (essento.ch) (Switzerland)
Honest Protein (www.honestprotein.ch) (Switzerland)
Insecta food (www.insectafood.ch) (Switzerland)
Insekterei (insekterei.ch) (Switzerland)
Farming insects and producing products like mealworm paté, crispbread and mealworm balls!
Pop-Bugs (www.pop-bugs.com) (Switzerland)
The meat company Micarnas insect food pop up project.
Bugsolutely (www.bugsolutely.com) (Thailand)
Have launched their cricket pasta!
Edible.Cricket (http://edible.cricket/) (Thailand/Sweden)
Thai-Swedish company Global Bugs sell their insects through their brand Edible.Cricket.
ProPro (www.getpropro.com) (Thailand)
Cricket protein energy bars.
Bugfarm Foods (https://www.bugfarmfoods.com) (UK)
Dr Beynon’s Bugfarm, in Wales, also home to the insect food restaurant Grub Kitchen and now also producing and selling their own insect infused cookies, and other insect products. Crické Food (crickefood.com) (UK)
Cricket crackers and tortilla chips
The Cricket Hop Co (www.crickethop.com) (UK/Vietnam)
A UK based company with a farm in Vietnam making and selling cricket powder.
Eat grub (www.eatgrub.co.uk) (UK)
Except selling protein bars, snacks and cricket powder Eat Grub is selling freezedried insects , collecting recipes and advocating insect eating.
Krick8 (www.kric8.co.uk) (UK)
Insect powder pasta.
Mini Feasts, (www.minifeasts.co.uk) (UK)
UK farmed mealworms sold whole and as powder.
Yumpa (www.yumpabar.co.uk) (UK)
Zoic bar (www.zoicbar.com) (UK)
Aketta (www.aketta.com) (USA)
Aspires brand for cricket products.
ArboVe Foods (www.arbove.com) (USA)
Breeding and making products with mealworms.
Bitty Foods (bittyfoods.com) (USA)
Sells their own cricket flour mix (mixed up with coconut and cassava) and cricket snacks. Used to sell cookies.
Bud’s Cricket Powder (budscricketpower.com) (USA)
A brand from Harrison Food Group.
Bug Out Bar (bugout.bar) (USA)
Preparing launch of a cricket bar.
Chapul (www.chapul.com) (USA)
One of the pioneers. There are lot of people out there that think Patrick Crowley really came up with a great way of serving crickets as food when he founded Chapul (Aztec for crickets). Chapul sells both cricket bars and insect powder.
Used to be called Six foods. Produces Chirps crisps and protein powder.
Critter Bitters (www.critter-bitters.com) (USA)
Cocktail bitters made out of crickets!
Detroit Ento (www.detroitento.com)(US)
A sustainable urban protein firm focusing on locally reared insects for food and feed.
Don Bugito (www.donbugito.com) (USA)
“The prehistoric snackeria”, originally started out selling mexican insect food, but now also selling its own products.
Exo (www.exoprotein.com) (USA)
One of the early players. Bought by Aspire 2018
Hotlix (www.hotlix.com/candy) (USA)
Hotlix are the pioneers of “insects candy” and started their business in the 70:s. They sell the classic lollipops with a worm, dried grasshoppers etc. They have relied a lot on the scary/yuck factor of insects, and maybe they won’t do that well when insects become more mainstream.
Seek (www.seek-food.com) (USA)
Cricket snack bites.