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Technology
&
Tradition

to Feed a Growing World

Technology
&
Tradition

to Feed a Growing World

Technology

We pioneer technology to produce and process insects that have the protein quality of meat and environmental footprint similar to plants.

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Tradition

We are creating tomorrow’s traditions through breakthrough innovations that are in harmony with our largest stakeholder: our planet.

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Technology & Tradition

to Feed a Growing World

Technology & Tradition

to Feed a Growing World

Technology

We pioneer technology to produce and process insects that have the protein quality of meat and environmental footprint similar to plants.

Learn More

Tradition

We are creating tomorrow’s traditions through breakthrough innovations that are in harmony with our largest stakeholder: our planet.

Learn More

Global leaders in advanced insect agriculture

Tradition

We are creating tomorrow’s traditions through breakthrough innovations that are in harmony with our largest stakeholder: our planet.

Technology

We believe that technology has the power to unleash the potential of raw materials from insects that provide better nutrition for people, pets and plants.

“We believe that doing good for the world is indistinguishable from doing good for ourselves.”

Aspire operates in the United States and Canada

In the United States
Our Research & Development facility is in Austin Texas, where for five years we have pioneered cricket farming in a scalable, modular way.
Canada
We are currently building our Commercial facility in London, Ontario - the world’s largest ever cricket farm, powered by IoT.
Aspire Vision
"We refuse to live in a world where food and nutrition insecurity abound, and we have the Audacity, Skill, Passion, Ingenuity, Rebelliousness and commitment to Excellence to do something about it."