Sarah Deeth, reporter for The Peterborough Examiner (Ontario) and The Toronto Sun, wrote this informative and introspective article about the vision and mission of Next Millennium Farms.The vision statement of Entomo Farms is simple:

Next Millennium Farms will be recognized as a world leader in providing protein alternatives in the form of the finest organic and world-class insect proteins with great tasting products and recipes.

We will be perceived as a leading light – the world authority – in the dissemination of insect farming methods and the marketing of insect protein.

We will be respected world-wide, for leading the protein revolution with our esteemed values of integrity, trustworthiness and accountability, in everything we say and do.

And, likewise, the mission statement is equally as simple:

  • To make an important contribution in the feeding of an estimated world population of 9 billion people in 2050.
  • To establish a new paradigm of perception and desirability as we motivate people across the globe to consume insect protein.
  • To achieve excellence in entomophagy with the production, harvesting and distribution of the highest quality of insect protein.
  • To create a global awareness of the relevance and socio-political impact of each person’s protein carbon footprint.
  • To provide graded feed alternatives to farmers producing healthier and certifiable organic fish and chicken.

Deeth does a remarkable job of highlighting the goals of Next Millennium Farms, while telling a wonderful pictorial story of the Goldin’s of Next Millennium and how they do what they do. Please remember when you read the article to comment and share!

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3 thoughts on “Eating Crickets and Next Millennium Farms in the News

  1. Paul Cohen says:

    Congratulations guys! I am so in awe of reading about your efforts. I have recently been interested in cricket as an abundunt source of protein that I think could literally lead us to a healthier and more abundant world. I also think it would save many lives across countries by helping combat malnutrition in a sustainable way.
    I have yet to try it myself, and have made my first step toward this revolution by ordering some cricket powder and am so excited to try it out!
    Last but not least, Thank you! It is so nice to see passionated people, not just in their craft but for the World at large. Integrity is so essential to our society onwards. Good luck and Much love your way folks!

  2. Stacie Goldin says:

    Hi there! Thank you for taking the time to comment on our blog. We hope you enjoy the cricket powder! Contact us if you have any questions about baking or cooking with the powder, and let us know how it goes! Check out our recipes, and add your own (you could win our monthly recipe contest!)

  3. Stacie Goldin says:

    Hi! You can find our products at Planet Organic, Organic Garage, Nature’s Emporium, Summerhill Market, McEwan (at the Shops at Don Mills) and other small retailers, and you can always order online http://www.entomofarms.com/shop Thank you for your interest!

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