Why Crickets?

More and more people are eating insects. The world is realising that current farming practice and patterns of consumption cannot be sustained, as the global population moves towards the nearly ten billion predicted by 2050.

GREAT FOR YOU

Are crickets a superfood? – We believe they are a really superfood. At 60% complete protein, with all nine amino acids, cricket flour gives us one of the most incredible resources, perfect for slow-release energy.

Crickets also contain as much vitamin B12 as salmon, three times as much iron as spinach and more magnesium and zinc than beef.

Our crickets are fed a healthy diet of vegetables and grains.

It’s all good! Take a look at our bars.

info_graphic_full_top copy_new
info_graphic_small_top

GREAT FOR THE WORLD

Crickets produce just 1% of the greenhouse gases that cattle do. They produce no ammonia, need 13x less water than cattle and a lot less space. There’s also little or no waste! The whole insect is used.

info_graphic_full
info_graphic_small