From whole-roasted crickets and granola bars to sausages and meatballs, Ento aims to tap the growing market for insect-based alternative proteins, targeting enthusiasts and early adopters
Many people cannot imagine eating insects, yet a growing number believe that insects will be a significant part of the future of food. Malaysian startup Ento was founded on that belief and makes a range of insect-based foods using crickets and cricket larvae, from whole-roasted crickets to cookies and pastry.
The company’s latest product is EntoMeat, which combines insect and plant-based protein to make minced meat, burger patties and sausages. Ento’s products are available through its online shop and food delivery apps GrabFood, Foodpanda, and AirAsia Food.
Founded in 2018, Ento r...