Edible Insects Market Report

$4,995

Arcluster’ 2020 Edible Insects Market Report covers the market sizes and forecasts of
  • Segments: Raw; Coated – Bars, Candy, Chocolate, Cookies, Chips, Crackers, Snack Packs
  • Powdered – Flour, Baking Powder, Protein Powder, Powdered Salts, Others; Paste
  • Insects: Beetles, Caterpillars, Bees, Wasps, Ants, Grasshoppers, Locusts and Crickets, Cicades, Plant Hoppers, Scale Insects, Tree Bugs, Termites, Flies, Others
  • Regions: North America, APAC, Europe, Middle-East, Central/Latin America
    for the period 2020 – 2025.

113 Pages | 42 Tables | 29 Charts | 102 Companies

The market report on Edible Insects provides insights into key market requirements gathered from consumers, stores, retail outlets, and shops and their preferences, priorities, and perception of commercially available edible insects. The study also covers key adoption factors such as user preferences on palate, tastes, age groups, consumption patterns, and coatings.

The Edible Insects market report provides an in-depth analysis on the market size and forecasts of the variety of segments of commercial available edible insects and bugs, including market opportunities across the globe. The study also covers additional market forecast data on four segments within the edible insect ecosystem – Raw, Coated, Powdered and Paste. Further to this, the report also provides market data for sub-segments within the Coated and Powdered Edible Insect market – including bars, candy, chocolate, cookies, chips, crackers, snack packs, flours, baking powders, protein powders, salts, and others. The report also provides the market opportunities, sizes, and forecasts of edible insects by ten different types of insect. The analysis in this report will help both edible bug vendors, suppliers, harvesters and food and beverage companies to develop strategies, marketing goals and business decisions based on the actionable market intelligence from this report.

This report has been built on a rigorous period of information gathering from both secondary and primary sources through several interviews with industry participants, retail stores, shops, buyers, consumers, insect farms, organizations, bodies, suppliers, channel players and regulators. Data gathered from these interviews and surveys was curated, analyzed, and engineered to understand buying, spending, demand, and supply patterns and to estimate market sizes and forecasts. The resultant data was checked for applicability across the insect, food and farm management value chains through market-data associations and then further validated through multiple check points to check consistencies, error samples, variances.

The syndicated study report on Edible Insects is part of an ongoing series of market reports that focus on micro emerging trends in the sustainable food and beverage markets across multiple regions and countries.

Questions answered in the report

  • What is the current size of the market?
  • What is the market opportunity for technologies?
  • What are the companies in this space and what do they offer?
  • What are the perceptions of technologies among users?
  • How ready is the market for new technologies and solutions?

1. Edible Insects Market Research Overview

1.1 Research Design
1.2 Executive Summary
1.3 Market Definition
1.4 Market Segmentation
1.5 Market Forces

2. Market Size and Forecasts by Segments

3.1 Market Overview
3.2 Raw
3.3 Coated
3.3.2 Bars
3.3.3 Candy
3.3.4 Chocolate
3.3.5 Cookies
3.3.6 Chips
3.3.7 Crackers
3.3.8 Snack Packs
3.3.9 Others
3.4 Powdered
3.4.2 Flour
3.4.3 Baking Powder
3.4.4 Protein Powder
3.4.5 Powdered Salts
3.4.6 Others
3.5 Paste

3. Market Size and Forecasts by Insects

4.1 Market Overview
4.2 Beetles
4.3 Caterpillars
4.4 Bees, Wasps and Ants
4.5 Grasshoppers, Locusts and Crickets
4.6 Cicadas, Plant Hoppers, Scale Insects, Tree bugs
4.7 Termites
4.8 Dragonflies
4.9 Flies
4.10 Others

5. Market Size and Forecasts by Regions

6.1 Regional Overview
6.2 North America
6.3 Europe
6.4 Asia-Pacific
6.5 Central America/Latin America
6.6 Middle East and Africa (MEA)

6. Edible Insects Market Companies

List of Tables

Table 1: Forecast Assumptions and Growth Factors
Table 2: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast
Table 3: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Table 4: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Regions
Table 5: Raw Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Regions
Table 6: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Product Types
Table 7: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Bars, by Regions
Table 8: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Candy, by Regions
Table 9: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Chocolate, by Regions
Table 10: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Cookies, by Regions
Table 11: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Chips, by Regions
Table 12: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Crackers, by Regions
Table 13: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Snack Packs, by Regions
Table 14: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Others, by Regions
Table 15: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Product Types
Table 16: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Flour, by Regions
Table 17: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Baking Powder, by Regions
Table 18: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Protein Powder, by Regions
Table 19: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Powdered Salts, by Regions
Table 20: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Others, by Regions
Table 21: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Paste, by Regions
Table 22: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Type of Insects
Table 23: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Beetles
Table 24: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Caterpillars
Table 25: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Bees, Wasps & Ants
Table 26: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Grasshoppers, Locusts and Crickets
Table 27: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Cicadas, Plant Hoppers, Scale Insects, Tree Bugs
Table 28: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Termites
Table 29: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Dragonflies
Table 30: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Flies
Table 31: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Others
Table 32: North America Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Table 33: Europe Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Table 34: Asia-Pacific Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Table 35: Central & Latin America Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Table 36: Middle East & Africa Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Table 37: Edible Insects Market Participants and Key products
Table 38: Edible Insects palate Preference Ratings, by Regions
Table 39: Edible Insects Cooking Preference Ratings, by Regions
Table 40: Edible Insects Coating Preference Ratings, by Regions
Table 41: Edible Insects Age Demography Ratings, by Regions
Table 42: Edible Insects Harvest Type Ratings, by Regions

List of Figures

Figure 1: Edible Insects Research Methodology
Figure 2: Edible Insects Market Segmentation
Figure 3: Edible Insects Market Forces
Figure 4: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast
Figure 5: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Figure 6: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Regions
Figure 7: Raw Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Regions
Figure 8: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Product Types
Figure 9: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Bars, by Regions
Figure 10: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Candy, by Regions
Figure 11: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Chocolate, by Regions
Figure 12: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Cookies, by Regions
Figure 13: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Chips, by Regions
Figure 14: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Crackers, by Regions
Figure 15: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Snack Packs, by Regions
Figure 16: Coated Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Others, by Regions
Figure 17: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Product Types
Figure 18: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Flour, by Regions
Figure 19: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Baking Powder, by Regions
Figure 20: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Protein Powder, by Regions
Figure 21: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Powdered Salts, by Regions
Figure 22: Powdered Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Others, by Regions
Figure 23: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Paste, by Regions
Figure 24: Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Type of Insects
Figure 25: North America Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Figure 26: Europe Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Figure 27: Asia Pacific Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Figure 28: Central & Latin America Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types
Figure 29: Middle East & Africa Edible Insects Market Size and Forecast, by Types

More than 2 billion people around the world eat insects. Entomophagy is not a new practice but commercially available processed and packaged edible insects is. This market is nascent and over the last 3-4 years, western countries have begun to lap up this trend as part of food discovery, sustainability, and food trail culture. The rise in the importance towards nutrient rich foods is an important trend that mimics into a driver for this market. The major nutritional value that edible insects carry is its ability to delivery higher levels of protein per weight in a sustainable way. When compared to popular meat options, insect harvesting for commercial purposes promises sizeable environmental and resource utilization advantages.

The Icky factor continues to be the biggest challenge to mass market adoption of edible insects. Popular opinion for insect eating is still not favorable. In many parts of the west and some parts in the east, entomophagy is viewed with a certain level of perceived disgust and is often identified with primitiveness. Pre-existing psychological aversion towards insects combined with religious and cultural beliefs is a key challenge for mass market adoption.

Regulations also continue to be a critical factor in the mass market adoption of edible insects. Food administrations across the world are evaluating guidelines and rulebooks for the use of commercially available edible insects. In fact, for the use of bugs in the feed sector, lobbying is underway through private sector forces and US-based companies to obtain FDA approval. The same trend is prevalent in Europe as well. With an improving regulatory environment for edible insects, marketplace acceptance is beginning to happen as more stores and shops have begun to stock edible bugs in the food sections.

The market for edible insects across many parts of the world is still substantial and is forecast to grow significantly the next 5 years. The edible insect market is a nestled in niche opportunity that has begun to provide incremental ROIs to value investors and market stakeholders.

  • Acheta
  • All Things Bugs
  • Anteater
  • The Cambridge Distillery
  • Aspire Food Group (Aketta)
  • Bugs Inc.
  • Biteback
  • Bitty Foods
  • Entomarket
  • Bugfoundation
  • Bugeater Foods
  • BugSnack
  • Bugsolutely
  • C-Fu foods
  • Chapa Farms
  • Chapul
  • Chloe’s
  • Coalo Valley Farms
  • Coast
  • Cowboy Cricket Farms
  • Crick
  • Cricket Flours
  • Crickstart
  • Crickster
  • Crik Nutrition
  • Critter Bitters
  • Damhert Nutrition
  • Deli Ostrich
  • Detroit Ento
  • Cornish Edible Insects
  • Earth+Me
  • EAT:EM
  • Eco Insect Farming
  • Edible Inc
  • Enorm
  • Entis
  • Entocube
  • Entofactory
  • Entomo Farms
  • Entomos
  • Eentosense
  • Entotech
  • Exo
  • Bear-Protein
  • Flying Spark
  • Getsharp
  • Global Bugs
  • Aldento
  • Gran Mitla
  • Green Kow
  • Grilo
  • Griopro
  • Eat Grub
  • Gryo
  • Hargol Food Tech
  • Harmony Micro Farms
  • Heimdal Entofarm
  • Horizon Edible Insects
  • Hotlix
  • Imago Insect Products
  • Insecteo
  • Zirp
  • Instar Farming
  • Italbugs
  • Jiminy Co.
  • Jump Bars
  • Jurassic Snacks
  • Kafka
  • Kinjao
  • Kric8
  • Leader
  • Livin farms
  • MealFood europe
  • Micronutris
  • Minus Farm
  • Naak
  • Next Food
  • Nordic Insect Economy
  • Nutribug
  • One Hop Kitchen
  • Primal Future
  • Rainbow Mealworms
  • Rocky Mountain Micro Ranch
  • Sahakhun Bug Farm Ltd.
  • Seek
  • Sens
  • Chirps
  • Small Chomps
  • Snack Insects
  • TinyFoods
  • Tottem Nutrition
  • Uka Proteine
  • Unikmat
  • Wholi
  • Wicked Cricket
  • Bush Grub
  • DeliBugs
  • Don Bugito
  • Hopper Foods
  • Insectable
  • Tiny Farms
  • Sexy Food

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