Bringing an ancient food to a modern world

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Crickets are nature’s superfood ingredient for healthier, happier pets

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Perfected by nature

Crickets provide a healthy balance of protein, fiber, and other nutrients that animals require without causing irritation, inflammation, or allergies.

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Optimized by technology

We use technology to create the ideal environment for crickets to thrive. Using state-of-the-art, smart indoor farming, our production plant gathers millions of data points to produce crickets of exceptional quality.

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Clean, inside and out

Crickets are a product of what they eat, and their habitat. Our crickets are fed a premium, custom-blended diet rich in nutrients and minerals. This takes place in an environment where excellent hygiene and best-in-class sanitation methods are paramount. The result is a high quality, natural, superfood ingredient.

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Sustainability that’s measured

Third party audits show that our facility is expected to use a fraction of the amount of land, water, and energy required by most livestock and protein production operations, making crickets a no-brainer when it comes to environmental stewardship.

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Frass is nature’s organic supplement for healthier, stronger plants and animals

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What is Frass

Crickets are a remarkable upcycling factory. Like the honeybee, crickets convert a nutrient-rich, plant-based diet into a superior biomaterial (Frass). Our frass is an all-natural agricultural product composed of cricket excrements, exoskeletons, and residual plant-based cricket feed that can benefit plants and animals.

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Frass for plants

Frass is rich in chitin, a biopolymer that has bioactivating properties. Studies have shown that frass can activate and boost the natural defense of plants, resulting in better survival, adaptability and greater yields.

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Frass for aquaculture

Frass has demonstrated highly promising results when used as a supplement for aquaculture feed. For example, including frass in the feedstock of tilapia has resulted in better survival and higher yields.

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Frass for livestock

Similar to aquaculture, the nutritional value of frass is apparent when fed to livestock such as cattle, poultry and swine. Rich in carbohydrates, protein, and minerals, frass provides important macros for a livestock diet.

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Crickets bring an ancient food to a modern world

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Ancient meets the future

Insects are possibly the oldest form of animal protein ever consumed. Now with our AI-supported production, crickets are produced at scaled quantities in a manner that third party audits show can be more environmentally friendly than other protein sources.

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The next superfood

Arguably our planet’s tiniest livestock, the cricket is an incredible source of complete protein with all essential amino acids for people and pets.

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Better for our planet

We believe our production is the smartest and most environmentally responsible farming system on the planet. Our modular vertical farming technology uses less land, water, feed and should emit less greenhouse gases than conventional agriculture.

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No longer a novelty

Research indicates that 1 in 5 Americans have tried crickets and more than half of adults can be persuaded to consume them in their diet, a trend that continues to increase as more consumers seek healthier and environmentally superior proteins.

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