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Why is Griopro® the New Protein Powder?

As the cleanest and more sustainable alternative protein source, Griopro® powder packs over 10 grams of protein in every serving, is lightly processed, and is highly sustainable.

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The Next Big Thing in protein will likely make you squirm

Eating bugs might sound like something you’d do if you lost a bet. But a few companies have cropped up that are marketing insect powder as a nutritional supplement. Read Full Article

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Why these startups want you to eat bugs

Insect eating is common in 80% of the world’s countries — but not in the U.S. or Europe. Now, several entrepreneurs are working to bring the edible insect market to the US and Europe. It used to be only a few specialized ethnic restaurants like Toloache in New York City or Typhoon in Santa Monica offered insects on the menu (grasshopper tacos and stir-fried silkworm pupae, respectively). Not anymore. Now, you can order insect protein […]

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Insectpreneur Series: Interview with Dr Aaron T. Dossey of All Things Bugs LLC

In this month’s edition of our Insectpreneur Series we have another great interview lined up with Dr Aaron T. Dossey of All Things Bugs LLC! Dr. Dossey and his team are creating some of the highest quality Finely Milled Whole Cricket Powder in the industry, and at a large scale. And as we all know, cricket powder is one of the most useful and versatile ingredients in the edible insect food range. So without any further ado, […]

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Research project will improve efficiencies in cricket farming

The first US Department of Agriculture (USDA)-funded research program into insect farming for human food has commenced in the US, with the target of finding new ways to enhance cricket growth while lowering the cost of raising them. A $100,000 grant from USDA’s Small Business Innovation Research program will allow Georgia-based cricket flour producer All Things Bugs to study how to increase automation in the rearing of crickets. The focus of the project, in particular, […]

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Insects May Be the Answer to Consumer Demand for More Protein

CHICAGO—The growing consumer demand for protein—and the lack of new farmland to raise more livestock—could make insects an attractive alternative to traditional protein sources, according to a July 13 symposium at IFT15: Where Science Feeds Innovation hosted by the Institute of Food Technologists(IFT) in Chicago. “We have 7 billion people now and that’s projected to be 9 billion in 2050. We’re already using a third of the land on Earth for raising livestock, and the […]

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Edible Insects Are Ready For Prime Time

While cost is a barrier – and regulatory issues need ironing out – mainstream food manufacturers are “way more open” to using edible insects than you would think, says the founder of the word’s largest insect-based food ingredient manufacturer, All Things Bugs. “We’re having conversations with a lot of food manufacturers in baked goods, snacks, protein powders, and even mainstream food manufacturers have been way more open to this than you probably would think.” Read […]

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Add Insects To Your Diet… says Huffington Post

Diets at the best of times are always a bit of a struggle and the fact that we can now incorporate insects as a good source of protein, won’t really diminish that pain. A group of scientists who met this week at the IFT15: Where Science Feeds Innovation, a conference on the science of food, decided that creepy critters could solve the world’s growing demand for protein. Read Full Article

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Bugs on the Menu… From Food Navigator

Insects – the edible variety – were a hot topic at IFT this year. High in protein, low in saturated fat and rich in omega-3, iron, calcium and other nutrients, house crickets are gaining the most traction, although mealworms are also attracting interest, said All Things Bugs founder and CEO Dr Aaron Dossey. Food Navigator Article

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