Flow and Resource Effectiveness – Case of a Football Event

In this blog I offer you something that might seem bit off topic first, but in the end is actually heavily linked with productivity and effectiveness also in insect farming. I was recently  invited to attend a football game to a stadium where I usually do not go. The home team’s head coach Mika LehkosuoContinue reading “Flow and Resource Effectiveness – Case of a Football Event”

The Strange Case of Pestaurant  

Rentokil, A global company of pest control, is arranging for the second time a set of events called the ”pestaurant”. The Pestaurant is a pop-up street kitchen offering insect food around the world. According to their website on the 3rd of June there will pestaurants open in 13 different countries.  The events raises multiple questionsContinue reading “The Strange Case of Pestaurant  “

Thesis: Supply Chain Risk Management in Entomology Farms

My thesis “Supply Chain Risk Management in Entomology Farms Case: High scale production of human food and animal feed” was published in May 2015. The link for the downloadable PDF- file is in the end of the text. The thesis is world’s first scientific study connecting business management and high-scale insect farming for human foodContinue reading “Thesis: Supply Chain Risk Management in Entomology Farms”

World’s First Thesis on Risk Management in Entomology Business and Media Exposure

Yesterday I finally submitted my thesis “Supply Chain Risk Management in Entomology Farms: Research on Farms Focused in High Scale Production of Human food and Animal Feed”. I know there has been multiple studies released by the University of Wageningen of the Netherlands about the entomology farming, but according to my knowledge my work is theContinue reading “World’s First Thesis on Risk Management in Entomology Business and Media Exposure”

Which insect species to farm for human food?

Welcome to my third blog post! So far I have got almost 300 different visitors to my site, thank you all for reading and spreading the word. To celebrate this milestone I have got myself a logo and name for the blog. Special thanks for logo for my friend Lasse Ursin, who also provides theContinue reading “Which insect species to farm for human food?”

Insects and sustainability are not crap.

In my first blog, “Animal welfare in insect farms”, I discussed why insect farming is more sustainable than livestock farming. On 17th of January 2015 an article “Are those edible bugs actually sustainable?” was released on MacLean’s website. In the article, Ben Reade is questioning the sustainability of insect farming, but he is doing itContinue reading “Insects and sustainability are not crap.”

Animal Welfare in Insect Farming

Large-scale industrial insect farming is a relatively new industry and is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. There are a few industrial size insect farms starting around the world that are rearing insects, mainly for fish feed, but some products are also popping up little by little for human consumption as well. TheContinue reading “Animal Welfare in Insect Farming”