When it comes to solving difficult problems, the key is often to think outside the box. So when faced with challenges such as overfishing, greenhouse emissions caused by livestock rearing, deforestation, and the increasing demand for healthy proteins, Tiny Farms Founders Andrew and Jena Bretano found solutions through an unconventional approach – entomophagy (aka eating bugs). Their innovative ag-tech company harnesses the efficiency of insects to address global food security issues while building a new category in the food system. Tiny Farms believes that if we want to create change, we have to both think and act differently – which may require breaking a few stigmas along the way.

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