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    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)

    New Flavour Dark Chocolate and Sour Cherry

    Healthy lifestyle
    24th May 2019

    It’s finally here! The Dark Chocolate & Sour Cherry pleasure protein bar is a brand-new addition to our cricket flour product portfolio. Who did we make it for? What nutrition does it bring to the table? Where can you get it? Let’s take a closer look.... (read more)

    How to Fuel a Spartan Race with Insects

    Healthy lifestyle
    19th May 2019

    The endurance and strength training that Spartans have to do to keep up with the running, obstacles, and burpees on race day requires proper fuel. That’s why Spartan and SENS joined forces to bring cricket protein where it belongs. Here is why insects are a great fit for Spartan nutrition.... (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)

    Can You Eat Insects if You Have Diabetes and Coeliac?

    Healthy lifestyle
    29th March 2019

    We talked to one of our customers, Petr, who has both type I. diabetes and coeliac and asked him what life with these diseases is like and how cricket flour fits into his diet. What does he like to eat or breakfast? How does he fuel his sports activities? Read on.... (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)

    Should You Be Afraid of Cholesterol in Cricket Flour?

    Healthy lifestyle
    7th February 2019

    Cholesterol is linked to heart disease so eating foods high in cholesterol is unhealthy, right? No, not exactly. Even though crickets do contain cholesterol there’s a difference between dietary cholesterol and blood cholesterol. Let’s take a closer look to clear up the confusion.... (read more)

    Recipes for Christmas Treats Made with Cricket Flour

    Insect eating
    2nd December 2018

    The holidays are close and there’s never been a better time to make your favourite treats a bit healthier with cricket flour. Edible insects have grown in popularity this year, a lot more people know how sustainable, ethical, and nutritious they are. And we just started selling cricket flour from our own farm on this... (read more)

    How Cricket Flour Bars Fuelled my 250 km Run in a Desert

    Healthy lifestyle
    21st November 2018

    What food would you take if you had to spend 6 days crossing a 250 km long trail in a desert and had to carry everything on your back? Pavel Paloncý, or the Czech Machine as he is known in the ultra-runner community, decided to take cricket flour bars as his main source of fuel.... (read more)

    How to Overcome the Fear of Eating Insects

    Insect eating
    24th October 2018

    We all know that insects could help revolutionize our food system, they are the kings of sustainability, they help limit animal suffering, and they are amazingly nutritious. The only problem is the “yuck” factor. Insects just aren’t a common food in the western world. Let’s look at the available science and our own experiences with... (read more)

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