A HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE

Eating bugs is a smart and healthy choice compared to traditional protein sources.

Various types of insects provide additional amounts of dietary needs. In some comparisons, these amounts excel those found in traditional food sources.

Crickets and other insects are a healthy, more sustainable alternative.

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GREENHOUSE GASSES

Livestock production creates massive amounts of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).

Globally it amounts to more than automobile emissions.

Insect farming is more efficient and environmentally sound.

A SMARTER WAY TO UTILIZE LAND

70% of arable land goes to meat production, either directly for pasture land or for growing feed for livestock.

Insect farming on average requires much less land due to many innovations including vertical farming techniques.

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LESS RESOURCES ARE USED

Insects can be raised in almost any climate or environment, and they require less land, water, feed, and energy then more traditional protein sources.

Who Eats Bugs?

Countless cultures around the world eat insects as a delicacy or as a normal part of their everyday diet.

Up to 80% of the world's nations eat insects with higher concentrations located in the tropics.

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