Cricket farming

4 Reasons to Try Cricket Flour from Our Farm

Cricket farming
24th June 2019

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... (read more)

Will There Be a Cricket Farm on Mars?

Cricket farming
30th April 2019

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... (read more)

Infographics: All You Needed to Know About the Meat Problem

Cricket farming
17th March 2019

Do we have a meat problem? Maybe. It depends on what you consider a problem. Some people think meat could one day make our whole planet unlivable. Sounds like a stretch? Read on and make up your own mind.... (read more)

Our New Cricket Farm Started Production

Cricket farming
5th September 2018

We landed at the Chiang Mai airport and a company truck was waiting for us. No more scooter racing like last time. And believe me that was not the only improvement made at our Chiang Mai office!... (read more)

How We Decided to Build the Biggest Cricket Farm in the World

Cricket farming
7th March 2018

Waiting at traffic lights, and suddenly a scooter whizzed around me to cut into the first row. Three people on the bike, one helmet. I’m shaking. It’s my first time in Chiang Mai’s rush hour, on a scooter. In my mind, I’m trying to forget the statistics I saw the day before – the world’s... (read more)

Can Other Protein Sources Match Insects?

Cricket farming
4th December 2017

The way we produce protein today is not sustainable and unethical. A change is inevitable. The question is, which protein source is going to become the new norm? Let’s look at meat and plant protein and compare them to insect protein in terms of sustainability, morality, and quality.... (read more)

Diet 2.0 – When Will Cricket Protein Be Cheaper Than Chicken Protein?

Cricket farming
7th November 2017

Chicken is thought to be the most efficient animal at converting feed to protein. That’s probably why chicken is one of the cheapest types of meat. The problem is, mass factory farming of chickens is not sustainable and causes tremendous harm to animals. There needs to be a much better alternative to chicken protein in... (read more)

Diet 2.0 – How Insects Help Make Your Food Waste Disappear

Cricket farming
18th October 2017

Roughly one third of all the food produced in the world for human consumption is wasted, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization. That is just not sustainable! Thankfully, insects are here to save our asses.... (read more)

The Well-Being of Farmed Insects

Cricket farming
15th June 2017

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... (read more)

Diet 2.0 – Our Vision for the Future of Food

Cricket farming
25th April 2017

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... (read more)

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