To unleash the superpowers of insects in a cleaner, more sustainable and responsible food system.

Become THE leader in production of insects as a force in eco responsible food systems, aiming to produce 100M tonnes of insects and be THE reference company for scaling insects in food systems, aiming to produce 100M tonnes of insects.

Pioneering spirit – let’s lead the way

Dream big – we can do it

Agile & rapid – the time is now

Respect and be inspired by nature – nature knows best

Honor multiple points of view – together we go further and faster


In Canada close to 40% of the food produced ends up in the waste bin. This represents more than 30 million dollars lost in food products per year. Thanks to our technology, a part of these food products will be recycled and reused.

Our Team

Meet our wonderful directing team!


To develop the production chain of insect flours, Entosystem relies on the support of federal, provincial, municipal and private partners.

Thanks to its partners, Entosystem plans to divert 40 000 tons of organic materials per year, produce 5 tons of flour and 7 tons of organic fertiliser per day, as well as create over 20 new employment opportunities in the Estrie region.



Beginning of Research & Development


Opening of our laboratory plant, expansion of our team


Moved to an industrial factory of over 22 000 square feet and began commercialisation


Closure of the first round of financing, which yielded 1.2 million dollars in order to automate the procedures and grow our production capacity


Winner of the RBC start-up cup (Estrie)


- Strategic partnership with a renown Québec business with global reach allowing us to secure a responsible and sustainable procurement of food inputs.
- Closing of a financial round allowing us to begin the construction of a 62$ millions factory.
- Winner at the Gala reconnaissance de l’Estrie in 2 distinct categories: Agribusiness of the year and Innovating business
- Opinion published in La Presse signed by the Honorable Mme Bibeau, Ministre de l’Agriculture et de l’Agroalimentaire, advocating Entosystem’s model concerning food waste.