There are few things more stereotypical of American youth than chowing down on a burger, fries, and maybe a chocolate … Continue Reading The Bug Burgers You Have to Try
“Try finding a landlord that lets you raise 5 million crickets in his building…” I hear a soft chuckle on … Continue Reading Lookout Landlords and Regulators – Insect Businesses Set to Grow.
“We’re the Baugh brothers, identical twins born and raised in Colorado with a passion for an active lifestyle and adventure. … Continue Reading Fueled by Crickets
What do you get when you combine a shared passion for outdoor sports, nature, and healthy food? Fit people. Fit … Continue Reading The Future of Sports Nutrition May Contain Insects
“It’s a seasoning blend made with roasted ground cricket, sea salt and spices. Made by none other than myself. It … Continue Reading Meet the Man Making Beer Salt Out of Crickets
Class is in session! The rustling of eager students settling into their seats softened as the lights in the auditorium … Continue Reading Collaboration is Key For Future of Edible Insect Regulations
Big. Bold. Beautiful. Saucy. I could easily be describing your dream girl. Or I could be lauding the incredible flavor … Continue Reading Insects as Ingredients: One Hop Kitchen Revolutionizes Bolognese Sauce
AUSTIN, TX (May 16, 2016) – Little Herds, an edible insect nonprofit, based in Austin, Texas, is proud to announce … Continue Reading Announcing the First Edible Insect Trade Association
Adriana Janovich of The Spokesman-Review wrote a delicious article the other day about David George Gordon, better known as The Bug Chef. … Continue Reading David George Gordon, The Bug Chef
The fitness market is huge – and growing. In September 2014, Globe Newswire reported that the global sports nutrition market was valued at USD 20.7 … Continue Reading Jurassic Snacks: Taking Insects to the Fitness Industry
Prepare to be inspired! I’m over the moon about the recent chat I had with one of the wonder-women who … Continue Reading MIGHTi – Insects to Impact Food Insecurity
Today I had the pleasure of speaking with Susan, founder of EntoMarket. For those of you not already familiar, EntoMarket is one of … Continue Reading EntoMarket and the Importance of Ento-Education
After being virtually introduced by a distant mutual friend, Jena and I hit it off quickly. Owner and brains behind Tiny … Continue Reading Tiny Farms on Regulations, Barriers to Entry, and the Technical Side of Insect Farming
What do you get when you cross a 3,000 ft summit, a daring adventurer, and a mission to change the … Continue Reading 3,000 Feet of Bugs: Why Meghan Curry will summit El Capitan eating only bugs!
I called to talk about crickets, but ended up with plenty to think about regarding company culture, the future of … Continue Reading Coalo Valley Farms: The Open Source Farm
I love protein bars. Long before I ever started eating insects, I was an avid consumer of any rectangular-shaped portable … Continue Reading Interview with Greg Sewitz, Co-CEO of Exo