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
I love when someone rocks my world with a new point of view, it’s a good day. A great day. … Continue Reading Researching Insects for Malnutrition: Where Will Entomophagy Have the Biggest Impact?
And entomophagy continues to collect momentum in the press! The Digital Journal released a nice piece a few days ago titled, “Are … Continue Reading Insects, Italian Cuisine, and “Natural Remedies”
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
There’s nothing I love more than discussing emerging issues with members of the ento community. A few weeks ago, I … Continue Reading Are we Showboating Edible Insects?
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
There’s nothing like a deliciously cooked taco. The warm tortillas, the crisp lettuce, the perfectly-melted cheese, and the main ingredient: … Continue Reading Cricket Tacos Recipe
I don’t know about you, but it makes me thrilled when I read about entomophagy more and more in popular … Continue Reading Reinventing Entomophagy for the 21st Century
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
Cricket casserole… I thought it would be at least another few years before I saw dishes like that making appearances … Continue Reading The Last Man on Earth: Crickets and the Media
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
A low, scuttling sound is audible from the six concrete pens in Boontham Puthachat’s home. He is a cricket farmer. … Continue Reading Insect Farming is helping Thailand’s Farmers
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