The Cricket Lab – About Us 2018-08-28T10:49:54+00:00
CREATING THE FUTURE
OF FARMING
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SOCIAL BUSINESS

According to the United Nations, we need to almost double our protein production by 2050. This is not possible without change. We see insects as the easiest way to rapidly improve the quality and sustainability of our diet.

Crickets, a protein of the future, are super nutritious, ultra-sustainable, and incomparably more ethical. Our goal is to make cricket protein cheaper than chicken, thus making cricket flour affordable for the mainstream food industry.

From a focus on community…

 

There are close to 20,000 cricket farms in Thailand, located in 53 out of 76 provinces. However, most of them would not be able to take part in the modern global market with cricket flour due to international food standards.

We plan to transmit our farming techniques and technologies to local farmers through licensing, thus, enabling them to sell their product internationally.

… to worldwide insect farm to table

 

Ultimately, crickets will be farm to table. When the demand rises, a cricket farm of the future will be part of every big city, supplying the most sustainable animal protein in the world. Even our farm is next to highway.

THE TEAM

It took Nico 3 years to perfect the process of producing the flour from crickets. Now Cricket Lab is taking this knowledge on a scale. Radek and Daniel are founders of SENS, a company leading the European insect foods market. The Nico’s cricket flour has been used in SENS bar since 2017. They have partnered up together and started this ambitious cricket farming project.

  (from left Nico, Radek, Daniel)

SOCIAL BUSINESS

According to the United Nations, we need to almost double our protein production by 2050. This is not possible without change. We see insects as the easiest way to rapidly improve the quality and sustainability of our diet.

Crickets, a protein of the future, are super nutritious, ultra-sustainable, and incomparably more ethical. Our goal is to make cricket protein cheaper than chicken, thus making cricket flour affordable for the mainstream food industry.

From a focus on community…

 

There are close to 20,000 cricket farms in Thailand, located in 53 out of 76 provinces. However, most of them would not be able to take part in the modern global market with cricket flour due to international food standards.

We plan to transmit our farming techniques and technologies to local farmers through licensing, thus, enabling them to sell their product internationally.

… to worldwide insect farm to table

 

Ultimately, crickets will be farm to table. When the demand rises, a cricket farm of the future will be part of every big city, supplying the most sustainable animal protein in the world. Even our farm is next to highway.

THE TEAM

It took Nico 3 years to perfect the process of producing the flour from crickets. Now Cricket Lab is taking this knowledge on a scale. Radek and Daniel are founders of SENS, a company leading the European insect foods market. The Nico’s cricket flour has been used in SENS bar since 2017. They have partnered up together and started this ambitious cricket farming project.

  (from left Nico, Radek, Daniel)

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