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Ever wondered what a cricket might taste like? Entomo Farms in Hastings, Ontario is a bug bistro serving crickets and mealworms up in a variety of flavours from roasted bbq to honey mustard. Bugs may be a diet staple around the world, but the thought of munching on insects is enough to make a lot of Canadians squirm. But this family run business wants to challenge your taste buds with delicious treats like Cricket Caramel Cheesecakes and Chocolate Cranberry Cricket Bark.

Owner Darren Goldin works in the cricket barn.

Production facility manager Derek Delahaye sorts roasted crickets.

Cricket Caramel Cheesecakes, Soft Ginger Cricket Cookies and Chocolate Cranberry Cricket Bark.

A cricket is shown in the barn at Entomo Farms in Hastings, Ontario.

Sample crickets are packaged at the Entomo Farms cricket processing facility in Norwood, Ontario.

Variety of products at Entomo Farms.

Owner Darren Goldin works in the cricket barn.

Cricket Caesar Salad is shown at the Entomo Farms.

Cricket barn at Entomo Farms.

Production facility manager Derek Delahaye eats roasted crickets.