Wholesale Edible Insects FAQ’s

Below are Frequently asked questions and their answers concerning Entosense and our wholesale policies.

Basic shipping time is one to two weeks.

Most product is in stock so we can usually ship same or next day when needed.

Please call or email for faster shipping time.

Our policy is to have three transactions completed before terms are considered. If your company is established, it’s possible to get terms on your first order.

For some lines, we can simply change the text on the label with little effort. Otherwise, if you want your logo included or a complete redesign, please contact us for more specific requirements.

Yes. Contact us for more information.

We source edible insects from around the world. All insects are farmed for human consumption.

In most cases, it is one year or more in the original packaging. Once opened, freshness is generally related to humidity. To maintain freshness, keep the package sealed. 

Yes, in most cases. Call us about purchasing displays without additional product.

Private Label Services Available

Call us about creating custom labels for your company.

Some products can have simple changes of the text on their labels for a very low minimum order. If you want full fledge branding, we can do that too.

Create your own line of Edible Insect Products.


Most Products: One Year Shelf Life

Buy with confidence due to the fact that most of our products carry a one year shelf life.

The crickets are roasted, the scorpions are salted and dried, and so forth. Most of our products will last up to a year on your shelves.


Low Minimum per Product

In most cases, our minimum is 3 pieces per SKU but if you need fewer or would like samples, feel free to order what you need.

Our goal is to keep you stocked on the products that sell well for you.


Natural Word of Mouth Advertising

Nobody eats an insect for the first time without telling everybody they know and posting their accomplishment online.

When you first start to carry Entosense products, consider contacting your local media. The edible insect trend is new enough to get you and article in the local paper and/or a segment on TV and radio.

Post it online and ask your customers to use a specific hashtag like #bugsatmyplace so you can track and share customer posts.