April 6, 2016

Why Crickets?


 

WHY CRICKETS

NATURAL PATH TO A HEALTHIER FUTURE

Our mission is to promote the indications of the United Nations and the European Union in terms of changing eating habits and the introduction of products with high nutritional values, based on natural, alternative solutions, like crickets. We recognized the advantages of insects and decided to create products based on them.

Today, people everywhere are looking for ways to stay fit, treat their bodies well, and eat healthy. At times, it may seem like you have to engineer entire science to create foods that are healthy enough for your body – but it's not actually so complicated.The truth is – people are looking to avoid eating animals more than anything else. With modern food science, and a simple mix of ingredients, everyone in the world can benefit from eating insects. Insects are incredibly high in protein. Cultures everywhere have been eating crickets for generations upon generations. In fact, the UN's Food and Agriculture report shows that the most commonly eaten insect is a cricket.

 

LET'S SAVE THE PLANET!

HOW IS IT POSSIBLE?

Crickets are a sustainable and effective source of protein, one that can be used to help mitigate the effects of the big farming and its emissions, and save the planet.

From all over the world 

 

Angelina Jolie

One of the most famous actresses in the world Angelina Jolie gave an interview in which she told about feeding children crickets. In an interview for the Louis Vuitton the actress mentioned the love of her kids for this kind of goodies. Thus she became the ambassador of eating crickets. Jolie said that her children love to eat crickets, and thus she also learned to eat them. Below you find a link to the video. The fragment starts at 6:06 minutes.

Mexico

 In Mexico crickets are an ideal appetizer for beer and tequila. Mexican variety consists of fried crickets, and is seasoned with lime juice, salt and chili. This delicacy is called Chapulines.

Guess who likes insects as well?!