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Euro Novel Food is one of the leading distributors of insect flours for human consumption, animal feed, and supplements for animal consumption.

Euro Novel Food is one of the leading distributors of insect flours for human consumption, animal feed, and supplements for animal consumption.


The introduction of insects into the human diet represents an innovative and sustainable solution to address global challenges related to nutrition, such as malnutrition and the environmental impact of meat production. Discover how insects can be a valuable source of proteins, vitamins, and minerals, and how their consumption can contribute to reducing the ecological footprint of our diet.
Animal Feed

The livestock and aquaculture industry has a significant impact on the environment and the health of the animals, while our pets require a balanced and sustainable diet. Discover how the introduction of new protein sources can improve the nutrition of farm animals and pets, and how this can contribute to creating a more sustainable and responsible food future.

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We are pleased to offer support and advice for those who want to delve deeper into the topic of food sustainability. Our team of experts is available to answer your questions, provide detailed information about our products, and offer customized solutions for your needs. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information on how we can help you build a more sustainable food future for you and the planet.

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Less CO2 emissions

Compared to cattle farms, cricket farms reduce CO2 emissions by more than 30 times and zero methane emissions for the same amount of protein produced.

Less water consumption

Cricket farming requires much less water for the same amount of protein produced, with consumption reduced by up to 35 times.

Less land occupation

The possibility of vertical development in cricket farming and the much smaller size of the animals reduce land use by about 25 times, leaving more space for nature.

High digestibility

Cricket flour contains a significant amount of protein, but these are high-quality and well-balanced compared to those found in meat. Moreover, cricket flour also contains a moderate amount of fats and carbohydrates, making it lighter to digest compared to other high-protein density foods.

More proteins than beef

At the same weight, cricket flour derivatives have almost three times the protein compared to beef. They produce less pollution, use less water, and require less land. One kilogram contains an impressive 740g of protein!

Not only proteins

During the milling process, cricket flour is defatted according to European standards. This reduces the fat content and proportionately increases the content of iron, calcium, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B12, antioxidants, and other minerals.


"Consuming insects positively contributes to the environment, health, and sustenance." 
EU Commission

Sustainable Development Goals

At Euro Novel Food, we are committed to adopting sustainable business practices that support the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. This means that we strive to reduce the environmental impact of our activities, ensure animal welfare, promote the health and well-being of people, and foster equity and social justice. Furthermore, our products enable us to make a strong contribution to the 4 goals below.
We are determined to do our part in creating a more sustainable future for everyone.
No Poverty

No poverty
Worldwide, over 800 million people suffer from malnutrition, particularly due to mineral and protein deficiencies. With the population reaching 10 billion and food production becoming increasingly difficult, we need a more efficient food source to feed the hungry world. Insects can simultaneously address malnutrition and food efficiency.

No Hunger

Zero hunger
Modern agriculture is pushing small farmers out. We believe that with cricket farming, they can have what it takes to build a sustainable competitive advantage. Through our partners, we help them develop their capabilities and improve their livelihoods through training, support, and purchasing their products. In parallel, the final product can be used to fight hunger in the neediest areas with protein alternatives.

Responsible consumption and production
Livestock production is responsible for 45% of global land use, 23% of global freshwater usage, and 25% of greenhouse gas emissions. In comparison to beef, pigs, and chickens, insects require only a fraction of land, water, and food, and produce very few greenhouse gases.
Climate action

Our food choices impact our planet. Our product lines are safe, nutritious, and great for the environment.


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