How much protein is in a cricket?

  • Cricket Flour 65%
  • Chicken 23%
  • Eggs 12%


80% of the world eats insects regularly

Why cant insects replace traditional sources of protein in agricultural production systems?

The truth is… it can! There is huge potential for feeding insects as protein to aquaculture and poultry industries.

Frequently Asked Questions?

Can humans eat insects?

Absolutely! In fact insects as a source of food has been recognised by local aboriginals as a source of sustainable food for thousands of years.

What do crickets taste like?

Well most people say they taste nutty. Try some, and let us know!

How do we produce our crickets?

We grow our crickets in an environment where they have plenty of room to grow and hide. Our crickets drink rain water, and eat vegetables, and high quality dry food, high in calcium and protein.

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