entosiast – future looks brighter with insects
– Raise awareness – Break down reservations – Build up trust – Present innovation –

Barawa Farm – Uganda

In great parts of Africa, rearing insects is increasingly coming into focus as important sources of protein are running out.


entosiast supports Crispus Chemutai Kamuyeke, a young farmer in Uganda, in his plan to sustainably supply the Kapchorwa region with the support of the black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens).

Progress of the insect sector

The European insect sector has gathered momentum: Numerous start-ups are developing innovative ideas and concepts to make good use of the potential of insects.


We present the most important developments and report on the current legal situation - in the EU and in Germany.

entosiast contributes to the ESD strategy

20. September 2023
26.09.23 VHS Frechen: entosiast contributes to the strategy for "Education for Sustainable... Learn more »

Barawa Farm Update - Impressions from BSF farming in Kapchorwa, Uganda

03. March 2023
“Kapchorwa”in translation says "Home of Friends" – and for entosiast it exactly felt like that... Learn more »

Edible insects - further EU approvals

09. February 2023
Since January 2023, house crickets and larvae of the grain mold beetle processed into powder have... Learn more »

Barawa Farm Update - taking big steps towards 2023

08. December 2022
Thanks to successful pitches, things are moving forward at Barawa Farm. With the support of UNDP... Learn more »