Quick & Simple Answers to the Most Commonly Asked Questions about Crickets & Cricket Powder.
Because cricket flour is very healthy and nutritious. It’s also very environmentally friendly.
Yes, they are. Insects are very much full of nutrients. It’s a healthy alternative to chicken, pork, beef, and fish.
Yes, crickets contain protein. Our cricket powder contains 329 % higher protein than beef.
Yes it does.
Yes, it does. Cricket powder contains all essential amino acids and non-essential amino acids.
Yes, it does. Our cricket powder contains 3790 % of the daily value*
Yes, Kutaan’s cricket powder is NON-GMO.
Yes, all of Kutaan’s cricket powder comes from crickets fed with NON-GMO feed.
Yes. By putting it in a smoothie you get a lot of protein.
Yes, you can use Kutaan’s cricket flour to make bread.
Yes you can.
About 2 billion people eat bugs regularly.
No one really knows. However, there are estimates ranging from 1000-1900 different edible insect species worldwide.
Yes it is.
It’s good for the environment to eat bugs or flour/powder made out of bugs because the production releases less CO2 than conventional meat production.
Entomophagy refers to the practice of eating insects.
* Percent Daily Value (DV) on the Nutrition Facts label is a guide to the nutrients in one serving of food.- For simplicity, we calculated one serving as 100 grams.