First To Market – What it Means for Edible Insect Companies

  The horizon is vast, and the journey will be long, but I'm excited so many edible insect companies are coming along! Wendy Lu McGill, CEO of Rocky Mountain Micro Ranch, made a great point during her presentation at Eating Insects Detroit. She mentioned that most of the entomo-enthusiasts in the room had something in common: they [...]

Insects as Ingredients: One Hop Kitchen Revolutionizes Bolognese Sauce

Big. Bold. Beautiful. Saucy. I could easily be describing your dream girl. Or I could be lauding the incredible flavor profile of my new favorite bolognese sauces. One Hop Kitchen has created the world's first best, and only insect based bolognese sauce using crickets and mealworms. As they tout on their website, their sauces have [...]

Insect Farming is helping Thailand’s Farmers

A low, scuttling sound is audible from the six concrete pens in Boontham Puthachat’s home. He is a cricket farmer. His crickets are nibbling on a mix of chicken feed, pumpkins, and other vegetables to grow for the five weeks before they are harvested. Boontham is a farmer in Thanon Nang Klan, one of Thailand’s [...]

Entomophagy Spurs Holistic Health

A Look into Cricket Flour's Relationship with the Environment, Nutrition, and GMOs. I had the good fortune of speaking with Jarrod Goldin, one of the founders of Next Millennium Farms, to better understand what’s occurring on the ground level of the incredible entomophagy movement gaining popularity.  Next Millennium farms is leading the protein revolution with a [...]

Regulations Surrounding Entomophagy

Why We Couldn't Feed Insectivores Insects & Future FDA Regulations Jarrod Goldin, one of the founders of Next Millennium Farms, speaks about the incredible entomophagy movement gaining popularity.  Next Millennium farms is leading the protein revolution with a new, environmentally sound method of food production. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be releasing his interview [...]