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Wall Street Journal: Roasted Crickets? Millennial Entrepreneurs Think Americans Should Eat Bugs
ESPN: Hawks' concessions to serve dried crickets, cricket tacos
Bloomberg: The Majority of Your Protein in 10 to 20 Years Will Come From Crickets
Fox Business: Is eating insects the answer to the world’s food problems?
CNET: You’re going to be eating crickets, so just get over it
Futurism: In the Future, Crickets Could Serve as Our Primary Source of Protein
Sports Illustrated: Atlanta Hawks to Sell Roasted Crickets, Cricket Tacos This Season
Fast Company: This Giant Automated Cricket Farm Is Designed To Make Bugs A Mainstream Sour...
The Independent: DO YOU EAT CRICKETS? THE TEXAS INSECT FARM WORKER TRYING TO GET US TO EAT...
Fortune: One of the World’s Best Restaurants Now Has Crickets on the Menu
USA Today: The Atlanta Hawks are selling cricket tacos
Forbes: Hawks Fans Can Get Roasted Crickets At Atlanta's Phillips Arena
ABC News: Hawks' concessions to dried crickets, cricket tacos
Making insect farm-to-table dining trendy
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Adventurous Atlanta Hawks fans looking to try some new cuisine while visiting Philips Arena may want to head to the venue's cricket-related concession stand. Read More
The Aspire Food Group thinks insects could help address food sustainability and insecurity, and it's using tech to make that happen.Read More
At the Forbes Under 30 Summit, Laura Behrens Wu, founder and CEO of Shippo, had a conversation with Mohammed Ashour, the founder and CEO of Aspire Food Group, and John Chambers, former CEO of Cisco. Chambers is an investor and mentor to Aspire and provided the crowd with insights about moving a business to the next level.Read More
Cricket company Aspire has created a massive farm to raise crickets that will be used to make mainstream snacks. The hope is to provide a better source of protein, while also reducing the carbon and land footprint that stems from producing beef.Read More
Inside a new building in an industrial neighborhood near the airport in Austin, a robot is feeding millions of crickets, 24 hours a day. The facility–a 25,000-square-foot R&D center that opened this month for the startup Aspire–uses technology that the company plans to soon duplicate in a farm 10 times as large. It’s a scale that the startup thinks is necessary to begin to make cricket food mainstream in the United States.Read More
Aspire Food Group is advancing insect farming and food production. The company is looking to bring cricket protein and insect consumption into the general market with their cricket flour, roasted crickets, and cricket granola. CEO Mohammed Ashour joins us via Skype as Kori Hale and Brad Smith dig into some cricket treats.Read More
Find a bowl of slightly roasted crickets as part of the spread at your friend's backyard barbecue and chances are you'll be looking for a new squad. "There's an ick factor, that's people's first impression," said Vincent Vitale, of Aspire Food Group.Read More
Elaine Watson of Food Navigator interviews Mohammed Ashour about unveiling the world's first automated cricket farm. Read More
Ad Week discusses the recent Aketta coverage in Sports IllustratedRead More
ABC15 Discuses how the former Arizona Wildcats pitcher and three-time MLB All-Star told Sports Illustrated he's been eating crickets ever since he learned about a company called Aketta at a Sweets and Snacks Expo in Chicago last month and learned just how high in protein the insects are.Read More
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