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World’s Biggest Cricket Farm to Save the Planet

World’s Biggest Cricket Farm to Save the Planet
Our current food system is close to its expiration date. We need a change to be sustainable. Maybe you heard about meat alternatives like the 24-ingredient ultra processed plant protein burgers or lab grown meat with a crazy price tag. There’s an easier way to be sustainable right now. It’s called cricket protein. Continue reading

How We Will Make Cricket Flour Cheaper

How We Will Make Cricket Flour Cheaper
There’s one question you have been asking us a lot lately: why is cricket flour so expensive? We have been asking ourselves the same question since we founded Sens. Our effort to make cricket flour cheaper was one of the main reasons we started our own farm. Let’s take a quick look at why cricket flour is still expensive and what will it take to make it cheaper than any other protein source. Continue reading

4 Reasons to Try Cricket Flour from Our Farm

4 Reasons to Try Cricket Flour from Our Farm
Cricket flour is well-known for being a sustainable and protein rich ingredient but it is a lot more than that. Our own farm, the Cricket Lab, is producing the most nutritious cricket flour we’ve come across and we are happy to announce that you can now order it right here on our website! Here are four reasons why we think it should be in your pantry. Continue reading

Will There Be a Cricket Farm on Mars?

Will There Be a Cricket Farm on Mars?
If we are ever to colonize Mars we will need an amazingly sustainable and resource efficient food source. Will it be plants, mycoprotein, lab grown meat, algae, or grass-fed cattle that feeds the future Martians? Or could insects be the right choice? Let’s take a look at what the future of protein might be, whether on Earth or Mars. Continue reading

How to Make a Vegan Diet Even More Sustainable

How to Make a Vegan Diet Even More Sustainable
A lot of people go vegan to help the planet. But what if you could do something even better than eating plants? According to the FAO, 30% of the world’s agricultural land area is used to produce food that will be wasted. Fruits, vegetables, roots and tubers have the highest wastage rates of any food (roughly 40 – 50 %). That’s a lot! Thankfully, insects can turn all that food waste into protein, vitamins, and minerals. Continue reading

Diet 2.0 – Our Vision for the Future of Food

Diet 2.0 – Our Vision for the Future of Food

The future of our food system is uncertain. The population keeps growing and we are already struggling to feed everyone. We are inefficient; roughly one third of the food produced in the world every year is wasted. We are not sustainable; we are depleting our resources faster than they can recover. Climate change could make half the world’s current farmland unsuitable. Our current food supply does not meet the demands of a healthy diet. A lot has to change if we are to feed everyone, stay healthy, and be ethical while doing it. That’s why we present Diet 2.0, our vision for the future of food.

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Insects Are 100x More Sustainable

Insects Are 100x More Sustainable
The world population is growing by 80 million a year and is expected to reach 9 billion by 2050. There will be 2 billion more people in the world and we won’t be able to produce enough protein to feed everyone with our current food system. Our natural resources are being depleted exponentially. There is no other way around it, our diet will have to change. How? We don’t know. But eating insects is the easiest significant improvement we as humans can do. Continue reading
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