Cricket protein powder has almost triple the amount of protein present in serloin and double the protein of chicken? That’s right, cricket flour!

Did you know that cricket flour — also known as cricket protein powder — has almost triple the amount of protein present in sirloin and double the protein of chicken? That’s right, cricket flour!  You may be tempted to dismiss this outstanding protein food right away, but cricket flour actually has a mild and nutty taste that…

U.N. Food and Agriculture

A report released by the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization reminds us that there are more than 1,900 edible insect species on Earth, hundreds of which are already part of the diet in many countries. In fact, some two billion people eat a wide variety of insects regularly, both cooked and raw; only in Western countries does…

Eating bugs turns up noses

While the concept of eating bugs turns up noses in the Western world, we’re basically the only ones. Insects are an everyday snack or a traditional delicacy in countries across Asia, Africa and South America. And if edible entomology were explored to its full potential, it could offer sustainable protein to billions while taking pressure…

Why Aren’t We Eating More Insects?

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations estimates that two billion people, more than a quarter of the world’s population, eat bugs as part of their standard diet. In Kenya, termites are drummed out of their mounds — the sound evokes rain, to trick them into emerging — and eaten live and juicy…