We are proud to use Austin, Texas based Aketta cricket flour. All the crickets are fed a USDA certified organic feed and are processed in a gluten-free, certified organic kitchen.
What do crickets taste like? They tend to have an earthy, nutty flavor and ours are specially roasted to bring out the perfect flavor notes. We pair our crickets with complimentary ingredients, such as nuts, seeds, dried fruits and spices for the perfect taste combination. We pride ourselves in having a reduced ingredient list with only whole all natural ingredients that you can pronounce.
No chemicals, no GMO’s, just real food.
1. Cricket Flour, Cricket Protein and Cricket Powder are all essentially the same thing! It is simply 100% all natural crickets ground up into a delicious, versatile cooking ingredient.
2. Crickets are a complete protein-- that means they contain all 9 essential amino acids that humans need to stay healthy. Most other non-meat foods are incomplete proteins.
3. Protein isn’t the only powerful nutrient in crickets, they are also full of calcium, iron and omega 3’s.
4. 95% of a cricket is edible, vs. only 40% for cows!
5. Over 80% of the world’s nations eat insects, that’s over 2 billion people! Read more from the United Nations FAO report on insects as the future of food and feed security.
DELICIOUS CRICKET PROTEIN SNACKS
We work with talented chefs to deliver the tastiest, most nutritious cricket protein snacks on the planet. Plus, all our foods are:
With almost 10g of protein per serving and a healthy dose of calcium and iron, Seek makes eating healthy a whole new thing.
THE BENEFITS OF CRICKETS
Crickets Are More Efficient…
crickets use 15x less water, 12x less feed and 14x less land than beef
Beef produces over 2000x more methane gas than crickets
crickets have 3x more protein than beef and 2x more iron than spinach
...and the next big thing!
THE SEEK WAY
Seek is not just about food, it is a way of thinking that transcends beyond the boundaries of simply everyday snacks. It is a path forward to live with respect and curiosity for the natural world. It is about understanding and upholding this way of life that has sustained us for thousands of years. It is about looking at the crossroads we are at and choosing the real vs. the unreal, nature over chemicals, kitchens over laboratories, and joy over fear.
Seek was launched as a way to celebrate real food, along with the pride, joy, and connectivity that comes with eating the delicious things that nature provides.
Although crickets may be small in size, they are big in possibilities. Crickets and other insects are not only rooted in ancient tradition and gastronomy, but they offer insight into a better way forward. And while the race is on to find alternative proteins, we need to discover that the answers are already here. Now is the time for us to return eating to crickets, the densest protein-rich food on earth.