Insect food you can trust.

  • The ENTOTRUST program

    Global program for quality insect food.


    We are an independent organization, certifying the quality of food and beverage products, containing edible insects. Certified products are safe and sustainable.


    We promote deeper knowledge and good practices to widen the adoption of insects as an alternative source of protein compared to traditional animal breeds. The ENTOTRUST seal is assigned only to those products and producers complying with strict requirements.


    - What drives us -

    A world where edible insects will supply healthy food, making high value proteins accessible to a wider population with important environmental and social benefits.


    - Why we exist -

    Recognize worthy producers in the market. Stand for consumers health.

    ENTOTRUST mission is to secure the health of consumers by recognizing quality insect farmers and products. Nudging the people decision when buying new alternative food and working with our stakeholders network to improve the scientific knowledge and best practices.


    - The Program principles -

    Moving from the existing traditional food standards we develop the program with the exchange and contributions of producers, farmers and scientists.

    • Integrity. Our organization is free from direct participation of producers and farmers. No conflict of interest.
    • Evidence based. Solid scientific base with research partners.
    • Open. The input of all relevant stakeholders is considered highly valuable.

    Through scientific collaborations and our expert committee we support active research and knowledge on insects farming and processing. Contribute, are you willing to take part? write us.



    Enhance your brand.

    We support producers to be unique and preferred.


    Insect food industry is growing, many farmers and manufactures are entering the international market. We confirm the quality of products and processes, through the ENTOTRUST audit. We advise for improvements.

    ENTOTRUST is the international program to certify products, manufactures and farm operations. The seal stands for high quality. See the latest certified products.


    Eat safe insect-food.

    We stand for consumers information and health.

    In the growing offer of insect based food, consumers need guidance in their shopping choices to avoid surprises, potentially harmful. In shops or conveniently online, the guarantee is not always clear.

    ENTOTRUST seal on the packaging is the consumer reference to select safe and high quality products. Producers that can be trusted.

  • Insect food you can trust.

    Food Safety

    Environmental Footprint

    Social Compliance

    ENTOTRUST seal on product packaging is the proof that the producer is able to reach high quality and safety levels in his products, beyond the requirements of local or international rules.

    ENTOTRUST program follows a farm to fork approach to assess the product from raw materials, through the production process. The assessment also considers the environmental footprint and social compliance dimensions.

  • ENTOTRUST. How it works

    Mitigate food safety risks, confirm your sustainability.


    Within the novel food framework, and existing guidelines, we analyze insect based food products, manufacturing and farming. The focus is on specific requirements defined by our program, matching international food standards (ISO 22000, HACCP, GFSI) and existing best practices. Our assessment take into account:

    • Chemical elements presence and tolerances
    • Microbiological elements (pathogenic and indicator bacteria)
    • Allergens and ingredient authenticity
    • Process food safety
    • Operations environmental impact and social fairness 

    Many pathogens have not been studied yet, and for this reason we also participate in active research. The analyses are performed by independent accredited laboratories and audits are carried out by expert auditors.


    Engage with us.

    We certify fact-based. An initial questionnaire interaction on comprehensive topics is followed by the audit. On agreed frequency your products will be examined by our labs network.

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    Audit is performed

    The evaluation is thorough, including the product samples results, the review of the answers and documentation provided. We rely on professional auditors.



    We'll share with you the results of the audit and key indicators. We will advise about improvements and action plan.



    When requisites are met the ENTOTRUST certification is granted and seal is licensed for packaging and communication purposes.

    There are review checkpoints.
    Each product receives a unique ID code.

  • Get started

    Certify your Farm.

    An independent point of view will give you the strength to show how quality and food safety are managed towards company stakeholders, institutions and consumers. As well as how you deal with environmental impact and social compliance.


    Consider to have your farm ENTOTRUST verified.

    Get started

    Certify your Products.

    Surveys show that consumers need reassurance on product quality. Certified products get higher recognition and loyalty, especially when the producer brand is entering the market and there is an ongoing change in consumption habits to be supported.


    Consider to have your products ENTOTRUST verified.

  • Team

    Passion for high quality food.


    It all started with our founders, international citizens and sustainability ambassadors.

    They realized that the key aspects of consumer safety and environmental impacts are not always in focus in the rising demand and offer of alternative sources of food.

    Who is valuing conscious producers? Who is caring for the consumers? There was a clear need to create an independent organization and a network of stakeholders to promote good practices.

    Our code of conduct: here to download.


    Valuable diversity. We gathered a variety of experts in safety assurance, biology, nutrition, environmental responsibility, international operations and innovation management. Join us, what would you bring?

    Zay Lopez

    General coordinator

    Industrial Designer, experienced in product development and manufacturing. After graduation at the Monterrey Institute of Technology, Mexico, she earned her Master in Design in Milan, Italy. Worked for international brands and managed a science publishing company focused on tropical species. She successfully led the go-to-market of product lines. Capable manager and forward thinker, she envisions the future of healthier food for many.

    Simone Belluco

    Scientific coordinator

    Phd and Veterinary scientist expert in the safety and legislative aspects of edible insects. He collaborated in scientific reports by EFSA and OIE. Degree in Veterinary medicine at the University of Padua, specialized in Inspection of food, and PhD in Veterinary Science. More than five years as veterinary researcher at IZSV Italy where he has dealt with: food microbiology, nanotechnology, novel food, microbiological risk assessment and systematic review methodology. He has authored and peer-reviewed several publications in scientific journals, books and monographs.

    Cees van de Water

    Activation and PR

    Food Marketeer with several years in food retail and wholesale. He held senior management positions within top tier companies like Ahold Delhaize. Postgraduate degree in Digital Marketing (RDM) and Bachelor Degree at University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam (BCom). Based in the Netherlands, he embodies a more sustainable lifestyle. He believes that only through the power of a conscious network the environmental footprint can be reduced. Advanced hobby cook and connoisseur, thrilled by surprising food-wine pairings.

    Mauro Bianchi

    Operations and governance

    MBA with more than 15 years in food and retail. He takes care of our continuous development and stakeholders relationships. Focused on innovation and product development, operations and quality in different industries as well as TLC. He is a serial traveler and explorer, triggered by wilderness, local traditions and food discoveries.

    Charlotte Payne

    Sustainability advisor

    PhD in the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge. Charlotte has done research on several aspects of insects as food, including the nutritional composition and role of wild and farmed species, as well as the sustainability of their cultivation and collection. She has done fieldwork in Japan, Congo, Mexico and Zimbabwe. Her current activity is with Springer, and she also works with Insects and People of the South Indian Ocean in Madagascar. She loves insects and people.

    Max Bianca

    Network ambassador

    Senior manager, confirmed bicultural, Italy and France, obsessed by consumer demand analysis and a trailblazer. Master at L. Bocconi University Milan Italy, he was Marketing Direction and CGO officer in various multinational firms in the last 20 years. Based in France he focuses on network development and partnerships building.

  • ENTOTRUST. Sustainable safe

    Consumers are aware and want to be informed, thus demanding more high-quality food.
    Quality is a chain where a missing ring can compromise consumer satisfaction or health.


    In food manufacturing there are many aspects to be properly handled, such as hygiene, origin of the ingredients, contamination, storage and packaging. Insect farms which are not well managed might present environmental impacts for the use of energy or ecosystem interaction. The personnel working conditions might not be fair.


    Let the numbers speak. Known and unknown.

    10 times less land occupied

    Per unit of weight of mealworms protein versus cow

    (source: Oonincx, De Boer)

    at least 2000 times less water

    The water resource ratio to obtain the same amount of cricket proteins vs. beef

    (source: various on 'virtual water' concept)


    Expected world population in 2050

    (source: United Nations DESA)

    14 times less CO2

    Livestock sector, generates 18% of greenhouse gas emissions as measured in CO2 equivalent

    (source: FAO. Steinfeld et al.)

    Heavy Metals

    Cadmium has been detected in edible insects. It is a carcinogenic substance particularly toxic for kidney.
    Cadmium can persist in kidney for up to 30 years.


    Lead is a cumulative toxicant that affects multiple body systems and is particularly harmful to children.


    Insect can carry and be contaminated by.

    Foodborne Pathogens

    Listeria monocytogenes are widely distributed in nature and can contaminate foods.
    Listeria can cause hepatitis, meningitis and abortus.


    Salmonella is the most important foodborne pathogen at a global level. 15% of deaths of all foodborne diseases.

    Preventive measures along the food chain are key.


    Insect protein can trigger allergic reactions even at the first exposure due to a potential cross-reaction with crustaceans and house dust mites allergens.


    It is among the most common food allergens. Sending more food-allergic people to hospital emergency than any other.


    Clear labelling and information are must.


    Are carcinogenic substances produced by mold during improper storage.


    A toxic secondary metabolite produced by organisms of the fungus kingdom and is capable of causing disease and death in both humans and animals. 1 of 10 deaths of foodborne diseases is attributed to mycotoxins.


    Not eliminated through ordinary cooking.

  • News

    A cleaner world

    Certified, front runner Canadian farm

    Earth preservation through alternative proteins

    Since 2014, Entomo Farms has been developing large scale cricket farming. The protein powder is for B2B and for end consumers.

    Entomo Farms is the only certified organic cricket farm and the largest scale farm of crickets in North America.

    They choose Entotrust to confirm their high standards of food safety and environmental sustainability. Entotrust certifies the whole chain from farm to fork, as a guarantee for consumers and in recognition of high quality food products..

    Credits: Kelly Hagen, COO. Entomofarms.com

    Insetec 2019, Brazil

    Production technologies, environment and nutrition.

    November 6th-8th. Entotrust joins the first Brazilian conference on edible insects, originated by ASBRACI and the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). In the agenda: Ethno-Entomology, Entomoculture and Technologies (production, management, environment and techniques of processing, scale and associated biotechnologies); Food and Feed (quality and composition, storage and conservation); Market and Legislation.

    Credits: Insetec for the agenda.

    Research presented at Insecta 2019, Germany

    Entotrust collaboration on insects authenticity

    The food technology lab of Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie, Italy, presented the poster at the INSECTA 2019 expert conference in Potsdam, 5-6 September 2019. The pilot study, still ongoing, is aimed at evaluating the possibility of applying DART-HRMS to insect powder for authenticity purposes and it is carried out in collaboration with the Entotrust network. Entotrust was also sponsor of the conference. Download

    Credits: Simone Belluco, IZSdV, all rights reserved.

    IPSIO Valala Farm certified Entotrust

    Certified crickets under the baobab

    Food security goes with wildlife future

    Madagascar’s biodiversity is threatened by the rising demand for food, farming and wild lemur hunting, nowadays only 10% of natural habitat remains. But, how to cope with the world’s fourth highest rate of malnutrition? The IPSIO group of experts, Insects and People of the Southwest Indian Ocean, developed in the last 2 years a program to farm local insects for food purposes. ENTOTRUST contributed assessing the newly developed farm and processes, providing recommendations and certification of the key product: cricket protein powder. The Valala Farm is located in the Madagascar Biodiversity Center, Antananarivo.

    A Malagasy proverb speaks “Valala iray hifanapahana” I have only one cricket but I will break it in half to share.

    Credits: Brian Fisher coordinator. ipsio.org

    Zophobas for haute cuisine. Certified

    The starred chefs choice in Mexico

    ZOFO is the brand name of oven dried and naturally spiced Zophobas morio developed by Chikle Project in Mexico. Available in 3 flavors and a unique salt mix, it is produced in the first Cancun insects farm already operating at scale, and recently ENTOTRUST certified. The chefs professional community already recognized outstanding taste and inspiration, while ENTOTRUST confirmed food safety and operations sustainability.

    Credits: Andre Demontigny, Managing Director. zofo.mx

    Certified cricket... crackers

    UK firm innovates ubiquitous US bread

    Four flavours crackers by Cricke' have achieved the ENTOTRUST certification. The reengineered flat bread offers a contemporary and versatile source of protein. Assessed safe and sustainable, they scored utmostly low GHG emissions, 0,12 kg/year CO2.

    Credits: Edoardo Imparato, co-founder. crickefood.com

    Certified caterpillars

    Great nutrients and taste available all year

    Fasopro, the shea-tree caterpillars manufacturer achieved the Entotrust certification. Based in Burkina Faso, with the mission to create a source of income for rural women involved in the seasonal collection, thus allowing the availability of this tasty and nutritious food all the year. The products and processes, from collection to packaging, have showed to be safe and highly sustainable.

    Credits: Kahitouo Hien, founder and GM. fasopro.bf

    Merci Mercado certified Entotrust

    Certified Chapulines from Mexico

    Millenary tradition encounters new food habits

    Merci Mercado achieved the ENTOTRUST certification for food safety and sustainability. The wild collection of seasonal grasshoppers respects insect lifecycle, and allows local population to gain a fair extra income. A responsible product that truly matches tradition, nutritional richness and taste. Check the video interview with the co-founder.

    Credits: Nahabi V. and Laurence H. mercimercado.com

    Prevention through insects

    Antioxidants groundbreaking new study

    Eating insects may be recommended for cancer prevention. An Italian study demonstrated that insects contain high concentrations of antioxidants. Prof Mauro Serafini reports that "in the future, we might adapt dietary regimens for insect rearing in order to increase their antioxidant content”.

    Credits: University of Teramo, M.S., all rights reserved.

    Minusfarm certified Entotrust

    Certified Molitor!

    2019 starts with safe & sustainable MOLITOR

    The Minusfarm Molitor comes from a responsible farm that has been independently certified to the ENTOTRUST quality standards. This insect food has met the ENTOTRUST food safety and sustainability requirements for farming and manufacturing.

    Credits: Virginie Mixe, co-founder. minusfarm.fr

    More light on nutritional composition

    Wild harvested insects study. 2018

    We recommend this new study regarding wild harvested edible insects. With potential to contribute to nutrition security, yet the nutritional composition is often unknown. The study investigated the nutritional composition of wild harvested Eulepida mashona and Henicus whellani and its variation in different harvest places.

    Credits: Faith A. Manditsera, Pieternel A. Luning, V. Fogliano, C.M.M. Lakemond.

    Avaento Chrys Mei certified Entotrust

    First certified functional drink

    Innovation from silkworm peptides

    Avaento is the company that developed the first beauty drink with silkworm peptides, Chrys Mei. The birth of this drink is the combination of traditional farming of silkworms and the latest food technologies. Rigorous processes and consistent quality are confirmed by ENTOTRUST. See the video interview with the inventor and founder.

    Credits: Avaento Inc., Zilu Wan.

    A cleaner world

    Read on insects sustainability

    Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems. 2018

    The book takes a multi-disciplinary approach to analysing how insects contribute to food systems around the world. Includes unique research on multiple countries. Features state-of-the-art research on farmed, semi-cultivated and wild insect species.

    Springer Publishing. Editors: Halloran, A., Flore, R., Vantomme, P., Roos, N.

    Future Food Vision

    Growing population calls for new options

    As we struggle to feed our growing population, here is how the champions of technology are going to shape our food. A short tutorial explaining nutrition alternatives and applied sciences.

    Credits: Astrolabe, all rights reserved.

  • Resources

    Papers and scientific references


    Papers for download

    The following titles can also be requested via email. Here.

    • New protein sources and food legislation: the case of edible insects and EU law. Food Security. Belluco S, Halloran A, Ricci A. 2017.
    • Edible insects: a food security solution or a food safety concern? Anim. Front. 5:25–30. Belluco  Simone, Losasso  Carmen, Maggioletti  Michela, Alonzi  Cristiana, Ricci  Antonia, Paoletti  Maurizio G. 2015.
    • Edible insects in a food safety and nutritional perspective: A critical review. Compr. Rev. Food Sci. Food Saf. 12:296–313. Belluco S, Losasso C, Maggioletti M, Alonzi CC, Paoletti MG, Ricci A. 2013.
    • A review of the scientific literature on the control of Salmonella spp. in food-producing animals other than poultry. OIE. Belluco S, Cibin V, Davies R, Ricci A, Wales A. 2015.
    • Il consumo di insetti dal punto di vista della sicurezza alimentare: inquadramento normativo e valutazioned dei rischi. In: Gli insetti una risorsa sostenibile per l’alimentazione. XVI. Accademia Nazionale Italiana di Entomologia. p. 21–28. Belluco S, Mantovani A, Ricci A. 2015.
    • Toxoplasma gondii infection and food consumption: A systematic review and meta-analysis of case-controlled studies. Crit. Rev. Food Sci. Nutr. Belluco S, Simonato G, Mancin M, Pietrobelli M, Ricci A. 2017.
    • Nanotechnology and Food: Brief Overview of the Current Scenario. Procedia Food Sci. 5:85–88. Gallocchio F, Belluco S, Ricci A. 2015.
    • Entomophagy and Power. Müller 1,2*, J. Evans 2, C.L.R. Payne 3,4 and R. Roberts 2.
    • Ecosystem Services from Edible Insects in Agricultural Systems: A Review. Charlotte L. R. Payne 1,* and Joost Van Itterbeeck.

    External documents

  • Contact Us

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    Representatives in:
    . United Kingdom
    . Italy
    . France
    . Netherlands
    . Mexico
    . United States
    Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm CET
These Terms and Conditions govern submissions and participation to the ENTOTRUST Program. By making any submission to the Program, you agree that you will be legally bound by these Terms and Conditions. The promoter of the Program is ELYTRA UGh (hereinafter referred to as “ELYTRA”), with its offices in Düsseldorf, Germany. ENTOTRUST is a fully owned program by ELYTRA.

1. What this T&Cs regulate?
ENTOTRUST program and website are targeted at entrepreneurs and start-ups in the Insect Food business and is open to individuals aged 18 or over at the date of entry and to companies whose business is legally valid in the respective country of activity (hereinafter called “Applicant”).
The application to the program is conditioned upon the Applicant’s agreement to these terms and conditions (“Terms and Conditions”). By participating, each Applicant agrees to abide by these ENTOTRUST terms & conditions and the subsequent decision of the Assessment Team (as defined below), which shall be final and binding in all respects relating to the Program. ELYTRA and ENTOTRUST Privacy Policy applies.

2.   What is the ENTOTRUST PROGRAM about?
The purpose of the Program is to support quality insect food producers and insect farmers, while informing consumer decision and ultimately driving a wider adoption of insect food as alternative source of more sustainable proteins for human consumption.
ENTOTRUST Program offers Applicants the opportunity to be certified against the ENTOTRUST protocols for Food Safety, Environmental and Social sustainability, in doing this the Applicant after submitting product samples and being audited, receives reports and recommendation for improvements when necessary. The Applicant that successfully passes the assessment against the ENTOTRUST scheme is certified and will be licensed the use of ENTOTRUST seal in his product packaging and general communication materials. Yearly product reviews and checkpoint interviews will define the eligibility of the Applicant to continue using the ENTOTRUST logo.
ELYTRA´s areas of interest with regards to the Program are based but not limited on the following fields: insect food products manufacturing, insect ingredients processing and transformation, insect farming, assessment, advisory and divulgation services. The assessment phase (lab analysis and premises audit) will be billed according to the “ENTOTRUST Program contract”; if the assessment is successful the Licensing of the ENTOTRUST seal will be signed with funding fees indicated in the “ENTOTRUST Licensing contract”.
The ENTOTRUST independent team of experts will review all applications and audit results. The laboratory analysis of food products and premise audits are done by accredited third party labs and auditors. 
Decisions of the Assessment Team are final and may be made in its absolute and sole discretion. ELYTRA reserves the right to not certify Applicant’s product or premises, if they do not match the ENTOTRUST defined protocol.
No details of the deliberations on individual applications will be revealed to the public. All results of lab analysis and audit are under NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) that must be signed by the Applicant within the “ENTOTRUST Program contract”.

3.   How to apply?
Applications to the Program can only be made by contacting ELYTRA via the ENTOTRUST web site mail form, email or direct phone line. After initial contact and information exchange the application form and contracts must be signed, prior to any activity being initiated by ELYTRA. 
Once an application has been submitted, it cannot be modified in any way and ELYTRA will not be responsible for any incomplete applications or applications not received, not recognized, not accepted for any reason or delayed.
No fees shall be payable to Applicants in relation to their application. All related costs/time off will be at the sole and absolute responsibility of the Applicant.
Applicant represents and warrants that: (i) he/she has the right to submit the application, (ii) all information provided as part of the application is true, complete and not misleading, and (iii) he/she has read, understands and agrees to these Terms.
Applicant will retain all rights in and to Product, including, without limitation, all intellectual property rights; however, Applicant must not and agrees not to disclose any information confidential to or a trade secret of the Applicant or any third party. Applicant must declare any conflict of interest (whether actual or potential), such as existing investment by companies which compete with any of the ELYTRA activities, or presence on the management of individuals who may have such a conflict.
Applicant acknowledges and agrees that: (i) ELYTRA has wide access to ideas, designs, protocols, methodologies and ideas for products, and that new ideas for products are constantly being submitted to it; (ii) many of those products may be competitive with, similar to, or identical to Applicant’s Product; (iii) ELYTRA will not refrain from developing or authorizing another to develop any products, concepts, systems or techniques that may be similar to Applicant’s Product always in line with existing laws, trademarks or other protected IPs of the Applicant; and (iv) Applicant will not be entitled to any compensation as a result of the introduction by any company, in or out the ENTOTRUST network, of any similar product that has or may come to any such company from other sources.

4.   When an Applicant is ENTOTRUST certified?
Positively assessed Applicants will receive the certification and will be notified by email and/or telephone and will have seven working days to respond to notification, and then to follow up as agreed. Applicants not yet positively certified may not make any public statement regarding the ENTOTRUST certification without the prior written consent of ELYTRA, ).

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ELYTRA reserves the right at its sole discretion to suspend, modify or terminate the Program.
A fail by ELYTRA to enforce any one of the terms and conditions in any instance(s) will not give rise to any claim or right of action by any Applicant, nor shall it be deemed to be a waiver of any of ELYTRA’s rights in relation to the same.
Except as specifically set out herein and to the maximum extent permitted by law, all conditions, warranties and representations expressed or implied by law are hereby excluded. To the fullest extent permitted by law, ELYTRA hereby excludes and shall not have any liability to any Applicant in connection with or arising out of the Program howsoever caused, including for any costs, expenses, damages and other liabilities, provided that nothing herein shall operate so as to limit or exclude ELYTRA’s liability for personal injury or death caused by its negligence.
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