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CRICKET
PROTEIN

The most nutritious and sustainable protein has been overlooked. Find out why crickets the protein of the future for the people of the United Nations.

CRICKET PROTEIN

The most nutritious and sustainable protein has been overlooked. Find out why crickets are for United Nations the protein of the future.

MAXIMAL NUTRITION

70% protein

The same quality protein as high-end beef

20% healthy fats

More omega-3 and omega-6 than salmon

5 healthy fiber chitin

Improves gut health and reduces inflamation

Micronutrients

High bioavailability of iron, calcium, zinc,
B12 and more

No antibiotics

In contrast to livestock farming,
no superbacteria risk

No diseases

Coronavirus, swine flu, mad cow… we are so
genetically dissimilar to crickets, there’s no
illness for us to catch

MINIMAL HARM

Cricket vs Cow

2000x
less water

15x
less land

12x
less feed

MAXIMAL NUTRITION

70% protein

The same quality protein as high-end beef

20% healthy fats

More omega-3 and omega-6 than salmon

5 healthy fiber chitin

Improves gut health and reduces inflamation

Micronutrients

High bioavailability of iron, calcium, zinc, B12 and others

No antibiotics

In contrast to livestock farming,
no superbacteria risk

No diseases

Swine flu, mad cow… we are so far from crickets we cannot catch anything 

MINIMAL HARM

Cricket vs Cow

2000x
less water

15x
less land

15x
less land

2000x
less water

15x
less land

15x
less land

2000x
less water

15x
less land

15x
less land

One beef steak equals the same water consumption of a 10-hour long shower … and to think, your mom would go crazy if you were in there for longer than 10 minutes...

A kilogramme of beef emits a similar amount of carbon emissions as driving from the capital of the Netherlands to the capital of Belgium … and then driving another 50 kilometres around the city.

100x
less greenhouse gases

Low value bio‑waste >
High value protein

Rice brand or other organic waste? Yes, crickets can up‑cycle this to quality proteins

Cricket poop, a premium
fertilizer

The byproduct of insect rearing, frass consists of ex-crements and shedded exoskeletons (= fiber chitin), it is expected to be used as high‑end organic ferilizer

Low value bio‑waste >
High value protein

Rice brand or other organic waste? Yes, crickets can up‑cycle this to quality proteins

Cricket poop, a premium
fertilizer

Because crickets besides pooping also shed their exoskletons (=chitin), this byproduct of our farming is also high-end fertilizer

A different kind
of animal

Pigs are mentally conscious, they have dreams and form relationships. Crickets don't even have a central neural system and don’t feel pain in the same way as we understand it

Put to sleep
before harvest

Not sure if crickets feel anything? Before each harvest, the crickets are cooled down, causing them to hibernate, just as insects sleep when subject to cold weather

The best farming
conditions possible

Crickets are used to living in dense populations, they receive natural feed without antibiotics, have enough living space, and undergo humane slaughter

Our mission:

The best and the cheapest
source of protein 

We started our own cricket farm in Thailand to make this nutritious and sustainable source of protein affordable. Find out more about our mission.

Want to read
more about
crickets?

Download our 6-page PDF booklet called “THE CASE OF INSECTS IN THE FUTURE OF PROTEIN SOURCES“. It not only dives into issues of nutrition, sustainability, and morality, but also into cost-efficiency and the vision for the future of protein sources.

Our SENS products make cricket protein look fashionable and taste delicious.

This fine and pure cricket powder has a neutral flavour and only tastes like the tasty ingredients we use with it.

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In our SENS products, we are making cricket protein look fashionable and taste delicious.

This fine and pure cricket powder has a neutral flavour and only tastes like the tasty ingredients we use with it.

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