Interview with Tiny Farms co-founder Andrew Brentano featured in Green Biz article about the growing interest in alternative protein sources
Tiny Farms co-founder Daniel Imrie-Situnayake contributed a guest post to Xconomy highlighting some of the main reasons that right now is a great time to enter the edible insect industry.
Tiny Farms featured in Danielle Gould’s recent contribution to Forbes on the future of protein.
Tiny Farms co-founder Daniel Imrie-Situnayake participated in the Future of Protein panel discussion held in SOMA, San Francisco by the Food Startups meetup. Also on the panel were founders of Exo (cricket protein bars) and Hampton Creek Foods (producing Beyond Eggs) along with investors from the Founders Fund and Kleiner Perkins. In addition to the panel discussion, the Tiny Farms team served samples of mealworm brittle to the brave (almost everyone was brave) alongside Exo sampling their cricket bars and Chirp sampling baked goods made with their cricket flour.
Tiny Farms co-founder Andrew Brentano was featured in an article on small scale / home scale insect farming in online magazine Modern Farmer, discussing some of our experience raising silkworms and mealworms.
Tiny Farms co-founder Andrew Brentano talks to host Ross Reynolds about America’s nascent edible insect industry, on KUOW‘s Conversation.
Brief mention of Tiny Farms by Dave McClure, of venture capital firm 500 Startups, during an interview on NPR’s Marketplace.
Our Bugklava was a big hit at Food Hackathon, and we got a nice mention in Zagat’s blog.
Great XConomy writeup of the inaugral Food Hackathon, where we won Best Hardware and Food Hack with a mealworm separation device prototyped in 24 hours!
Here’s where you can read about Tiny Farms in the press.