Redefining farm-grown

After reading a clickbait article about how we’ll all be eating insects by 2030, cousins (and college buddies) Sean Warner and Patrick Pittaluga did the not-so obvious thing: ordered 700 Black Soldier Fly Grubs to raise in their laundry room. As their first generation of grubs wiggled into the world, Grubbly Farms was born.

These bugs don’t need wings to fly

It was a typical adolescence – dodging restaurant owners, foiling escape plots, and casually unleashing a swarm of (harmless) flies on the neighborhood. But with our grubs creating nutritious fertilizer and becoming delicious protein as they gobbled their way through the food waste, we saw better days ahead, for us and the planet.

Changing the World,
One Grub at a Time

Our Mission