Ask People to Eat Insects and It’s Crickets

Insect rearing requires less land and water than animal farming, and crickets are 12 times as efficient at converting feed into meat.

These Brothers Eat Crickets and They Think You Should Too

Darren Goldin and his brothers had been farming crickets for reptile feed when a UN report on the future of food highlighted insect protein as a good way to feed the world’s growing population. Today, the brothers’ business, Entomo Farms, is producing 10 million crickets a week, all for human consumption. 

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