EntoMarket – The first North American Edible Insect Marketplace

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Edible insects are now available for purchase online at EntoMarket.com, the first North American entomophagy marketplace. Entomophagy headquarters.

Edible Insect Marketplace

EntoMarket.com

Insect powder will most likely be part of your kids’ or grandkids’ diets. It just makes sense environmentally and economically, so why not take the plunge?

EntoMarket
Bill Broadbent
bill(at)entomarket.com
800-794-1829

AUBURN, MAINE –— Join the edible bug revolution

Edible insects are now available for purchase online at EntoMarket.com, the first North American entomophagy marketplace.

Ant candy, chocolate-covered scorpions and honey mustard crickets are just some of the fun and tasty treats to enjoy while feeling good about what you’re eating.

Crickets have about the same amount of protein as beef or chicken. They have more iron than spinach and more calcium than milk. They are packed with Omega 3 and B12 plus all the amino acids.

Insects are good for us and also good for the planet. Pound for pound, they use much less land and water to produce than beef or chicken. They need substantially less feed, require no hormones and release significantly less methane than traditional livestock.

Many parts of the world already include insects in their diet. Close to home, Mexico leads Canada and the U.S. in insect consumption, and Europe’s market is expanding quickly.

Thailand is experiencing an economic boon in insect farming and wild harvesting from field crops, which also provides a natural way of controlling pests.

EntoMarket carries the top brands of edible insect products, such as:

  •     Chapul (as seen on “Shark Tank”) cricket energy bars
  •     CHIRPS cricket chips
  •     Cricket powder and roasted crickets
  •     Bug Bites cricket and mealworm snacks
  •     eXo cricket protein bars
  •     Insect Candy - worm suckers, chocolate-covered crickets and scorpions

The company is co-owned by brother-sister team Bill and Susan Broadbent.

The idea for EntoMarket came about when Bill’s son, Sam, asked “why don't we eat bugs?” With a little research in to entomophagy, they were both astounded by the information. There really was no good reason.

Bill Broadbent’s first venture in e-commerce was T-ShirtKing.com, which he built to millions in annual sales, selling in 2007 to Art.com. Susan Broadbent, an artist, animator and website developer, can be found at susanbroadbent.com.

Insect powder will most likely be part of your kids’ or grandkids’ diets. It just makes sense environmentally and economically, so why not take the plunge?

Visit EntoMarket.com for more information.

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