Not only is there good reason for humans to consume insects, as of January 2023, Europeans now have the EU’s legal go-ahead. Meeting our nutritional needs, containing high-quality protein, vitamins…
According to the WHO, obesity is a health concern of “epidemic proportions” . Globally, the incidence of obesity has tripled in the past 35 years, with approximately 13% of the…
Human insect consumption – as a nutrient-rich and efficient means to support sustainability and meet climate change targets – has received another boost today as the lesser mealworm (Alphitobius diaperinus) becomes the fourth insect to receive a positive assessment by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for human consumption.
BILLA and BILLA PLUS, Austria’s second most widespread supermarket, are bringing Ynsect's partner and Viennese food pioneer ZIRP Insects’ EAT FOR THE FUTURE burger patty to their freezer shelves in over 800 stores across Austria.
Today, we meet Guillaume Gomez, former chef of the Elysée Palace, who has created many projects combining training and cooking to share his know-how and values with the talents of tomorrow.
Insect proteins offer the best of both worlds: extremely sustainable and great quality protein.
The integration announces growth in Ÿnsect mealworm production capacity with two mealworm species now in its portfolio
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) deems mealworms safe for human consumption.