Crickets are THE next-generation protein!

Whether you are a champion of health, our planet, or social rights, crickets are leading the way for a future-friendly protein revolution.

Land use

How much land () you need to raise 1Kg of protein:
Pound-for-pound, crickets need less than 1/10 the land

By 2050, the global population is expected to reach 9 billion people. If we continue eating the way we do in North America, we will not be able to feed everyone. Currently, the livestock industry is using up 30% of the Earth's landmass. By converting to entomophagy (the practice of eating insects), the land freed up could be used to grow more food for more people.

Protein Content

Not only does cricket flour have the highest amount of protein content per 100g, it also has the least amount of inedible waste:


In addition to a higher protein content, crickets offer less fat and more fibre, iron, calcium, and Omega-3 than meat. 

Feed Conversion

Crickets need the lowest amount of feed to get back 1kg of edible product: