According to a recent study published by the University of Teramo, grasshoppers, silkworms and crickets have an antioxidant capacity similar to that of fresh orange juice. Entomoph... Read more
A study has found that the techniques of producing edible insect products should be geared towards the preferences of younger generations. Read more
Bühler and Alfa Laval have formed a new partnership, which will see both companies combine their expertise to develop solutions for the insect protein industry. Read more
There is an “an overwhelming lack of knowledge" about the ecological sustainability of the emerging insects-as-food industry, according to new research. Read more
Sainsbury's has become the first UK supermarket to stock edible insect products, after it agreed to start stocking edible crickets produced by Eat Grub. Read more
Bugsolutely is set to release the 'world's first' snack product made with silkworm powder in China, and the brand claims that the snack is also the first edible insect product made... Read more
Canada-based meat company Maple Leaf Foods has strengthened its position in the growing insect protein sector by investing in edible insect producer Entomo Farms. Read more
Canadian retailer Loblaw Companies has added a range of cricket powder to its shelves, introduced under its President’s Choice brand. Read more
Finnish food company Fazer has launched a range of bread made from cricket flour as it aims to provide a new source of sustainable nutrition. Read more
Micarna presented its innovative pop bug balls for the first time at Anuga 2017, made from cricket flour as a protein source. Read more
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