80% of the world already feasts on crickets daily.
So, what makes them so popular? For starters, they produce virtually no methane and require minimal feed, water and space compared to traditional protein sources. They’re also nutritionally balanced and down right delicious.
Maximum Nutrition, Minimal Resources
Feed usage is one of the most resource-intensive parts of livestock farming.
60 lbs protein
30 lbs protein
15 lbs protein
5 lbs protein
Crickets require a tiny fraction of the water that cows do to make the same amount of protein.
Crickets 1 Gallon
Chickens 567 Gallons
Pigs 800 Gallon
Cows 2000 Gallon
Crickets produce 1% of the greenhouse gases that cows produce.