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Our Cricket Flour is Amazingly Nutritious

Our Cricket Flour is Amazingly Nutritious
Our new cricket farm is up and running and the final product is exceeding our expectations! We put a lot of effort into making the Cricket Lab not only the biggest but also the most technologically advanced cricket farm in the world. We are starting to see the results - our cricket flour is more nutritious than any other cricket flour we used before. Let’s take a closer look at the numbers! Continue reading

Fulfilling 400 Stores – Insects Enter Europe’s Supermarkets

Fulfilling 400 Stores – Insects Enter Europe’s Supermarkets
We were in a meeting when we received the email. A supermarket chain with 400 stores ordered thousands of our products! It was hard to hide our excitement as this was a big step for our company and the insect industry as a whole. We quickly realized there’s no time for celebrations, getting the order was just the beginning. Thousands of SENS bars and SENS breads is not something that was lying in our warehouse ready to be shipped. Continue reading

Give the Future of Food

Give the Future of Food
Are you looking for gift ideas? Food is always a good choice but it needs to be tasty! And it better be interesting too. How about food that is good for the planet and reduces animal suffering? Now, giving the future of food, that's cool! Let’s look at your options. Continue reading

Crickets are a Nutritional Powerhouse

Crickets are a Nutritional Powerhouse
Calories are not hard to get, it is vitamins and minerals we are often lacking. Insects are not only sustainable and ethical to farm, they are also very nutritious. And that’s important! Deficiencies of minerals like iron and calcium are not rare, especially as we age. We are also encouraged to get more of those healthy omega-3 fats and increase the amount of fibre and protein we eat. Think of the foods you consider good sources of iron, calcium, protein, and fibre. It turns out that crickets are better when it comes to all of these! Continue reading

The Well-Being of Farmed Insects

The Well-Being of Farmed Insects

We want to limit the overall animal suffering in the world. Our suggestion is that people replace at least some portion of their protein coming from meat and eggs with protein coming from insects. Conventionally raised big animals are a huge problem and a source of suffering. Insects on the other hand do not suffer at all while being farmed. How is that possible?

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Why killing crickets is morally ok

Why killing crickets is morally ok
I think most people would agree that harming anything that can suffer or feel pain is a negative thing. Unfortunately, our current food and agricultural industries contributes to this bad practice regularly. So what can a person do if she wants to reduce the inhumane treatment of animals while getting all the nutritional benefits that animal foods provide? The answer lies in the insect kingdom. Continue reading
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