Complete Nutrition

Edible insects are rich in protein. Insect protein particularly cricket protein is a complete protein contains all 9 essential amino acids. They also contain mostly unsaturated fat, dietary fiber, prebiotics, vitamins such as vitamin B12 riboflavin and biotin and minerals such as zinc, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and Potassium.


Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says that with a global population expected to reach 9.1 billion by 2050, traditional sources of animal protein will not be able to catch up an increase in demand of animal protein for both food and feed. Crickets can provide a sustainable source of protein since cricket farming require less land, water and feed than traditional livestock.

Environmental Friendly

Cricket farming and processing produce less waste and significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions.


Insects play an important role in a Bio-Circular Green economy. Since, some insects can converge bio-wastes into protein for use as a feed protein ingredient for cricket farming, traditional livestock and aquaculture. Insect’s excrement or frass can be used as a fertilizer.

Insect Could Convert 1.3 Billion Tons Of Global Bio-Wastes Into Protein