Copenhagen has been investing for quite some time on innovation in all fields of science and arts. The grassroots community or groups that are not so much mainstream around Denmark are brimming with new green ventures. Particularly, in the food and agriculture sector as the gastronomical scene is set for the driver’s seat by introducing its wide array of sustainable novel food initiatives to the market, where the buyers are happy to try out early adoptions of new and different products.
Insekt KBH is one of the latest in line to test their innovations. The group serves insects to the mainstream, integrating edible insects into familiar and well-liked food commodities. So far, the audiences’ response to their apple ginger-shot have been overwhelming.
In a follow up to testing the scale of product distribution. Insekt KBH are planning to introduce their latest initiative of launching a food-tour exploration of their local base in Nordvest, That will allow other green collaborators in the area to share each other’s experiences. The tours are scheduled to be ready in December or January.
One of the main contributors on the tour is BuggingDenmark, a local cricket farm, with which the company carries close ties. The two companies have joined forces to popularize and promote knowledge of edible insects as a viable alternative to the extensive meat production. Furthermore, organic apple waste from Insekt KBH’s production is used as flavor-full feed at the urban cricket farm, with the stated intention of maximizing circular dynamics throughout their value chains.
With these food-tours, Insekt KBH aims to take people through an alternate future of urban sustainable solutions.