Andrew talked about the current state and future of edible insects and cricket farming with Epoch Times.
Exo and Tiny Farms close rounds in early 2016
Announcing the close of our seed round in AgFunder News
Dan spoke with SF Chronicle about edible insects and Tiny Farms in this feature of Bay Area edible insect companies.
The Atlantic interviews Andrew about Tiny Farms and Edible insects in video piece about the future of protein.
Tiny Farms mentioned in piece on Silicon Valley's forays into alternative protein.
Tiny Farms featured as one of 13 companies pioneering the future of protein.
Dan talks optimism and changing the world with edible insects on the Food Startups Podcast, episode 59
The FT covers the production side of the edible insect sector, interviewing Tiny Farms and other industry pioneers.
Syndicated here in Gulf News if you don't have a FT.com account:
Tiny Farms explains the need to scale insect production in this article from "The Magazine for Clean Capitalism".
Tiny Farms co-founder Daniel Imrie-Situnayake quoted on how to fix the insect supply crunch:
California Magazine - Stir fry crickets and sauteed weeds: Why the food of the future won't be nutrient powder
Tiny Farms explains cricket farming in this future-of-food discussion by the UC Berkeley alumni magazine.
Based on a study projecting the growth of alternative protein, this exploration of various technologies includes an interview with Tiny Farms co-founder Daniel Imrie-Situnayake on the potential for insects as food.
Tiny Farms co-founder Andrew Brentano talks with host Katy Keiffer about the amazing potential for insect farming in our modern food system.
EcoWatch profiles the edible insect food trend, naming Tiny Farms as a key player.
Food Navigator interviews Tiny Farms co-founder Daniel Imrie-Situnayake about the road to widespread insect consumption in the US and beyond.
Tiny Farms co-founder Andrew Brentano shares some wisdom on the food safety of insects in this discussion of insects' potential in sports nutrition.
Fast Company writer Adele Peters explores how Tiny Farms is building a repeatable model for the commercial development of insects, starting with the industrial production of food-grade crickets.
Details of the collaboration between Tiny Farms and MIGHTi, working together to bring mealworm farming to women's co-operatives in rural Zambia.
Melissa Breyer covers the FutureFood 2050 interview with Tiny Farms co-founder Daniel Imrie-Situnayake, exploring how the company is using precision agriculture to scale agricultural insect production.
Tiny Farms co-founder Daniel Imrie-Situnayake discusses why crickets are appealing to the American palate.
Tiny Farms co-founder Daniel Imrie-Situnayake talks to Guardian Sustainable Business editor Marc Gunther about the company's plans to use precision agriculture to scale agricultural insect production:
Marketplace interviews Tiny Farms co-founder Andrew Brentano on the rapidly growing industry.
Here’s where you can read about Tiny Farms in the press.