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Eat Grub’s mission

to convince the West to embrace insects as a food source is a challenge

and one that we couldn’t overcome without good friends. People who love an adventure, whether it is running 10,000 miles in a year or cycling the Alps, especially when it’s fuelled by insect power. They are the revolutionaries and if you want to join them, contact us here

Seb Holmes Top London Chef

Sebby has been working with Eat Grub since 2014. Schooled in the art of Thai street food, he cut his teeth at the much loved Begging Bowl in Peckham before moving to become Head Chef of the highly acclaimed Smoking Goat in Soho.

He is now running his own restaurant called Farang in Highbury, London, which has received fantastic reviews from the likes of Fay Maschler and Jay Rayner. He continues to love working with insects – an underused and underloved ingredient as he puts it – and as Head Chef of Eat Grub he has developed products, run pop-ups and many of his original recipes can be found in our Eat Grub cook book.

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Stef Jackson-Horner GB Aquathlete

Stef has the spirit water flowing through her!

Flying the GB flag at the 2018 World Aquathlon Championships. We are stoked to be able to feed her fuel up!

Stef is a hardcore athlete, and has completed some truly gruelling tests of endurance. Stef uses Eat Grub bars, to keep her flying from test to test.

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Tim Treloar Athlete / Adventurer

Tim is an adventurer and survival expert. He is a qualified Mountain leader, Cave leader, Climbing, Canoeing, Kayaking instructor and has used his skills on a number of high profile expeditions.

He works on TV on programmes such as Britain's Biggest Adventures with Bear Grylls and as a co-presenter on the BAFTA winning 'Survival School with Bear Grylls'.

Tim has also completed a range of extreme adventure challenges for charities like Macmillan and Help for Heroes. One challenge, fuelled by Eat Grub bars, saw him running, self-supported, six marathons in five days across the Atacama desert in Chile.

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Paul Suggit Ultra Adventurer

Paul is an adventure extremist, and you'll probably see him coming! (look out for the hat)

"Eat Grub bars and shakes powered me through 10,000 miles of walking, running and riding a bike around mainland Britain over the course of 336 days in 2017, and they are continuing to power me in 2018.

Eat Grub bars and shakes are an essential part of my adventure kit and they help provide the fuel needed to maintain my energy levels on often gruelling days."


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Martin Heald GB Paraclimber

Martin Heald - an extreme climber and a true inspiration.

GB paraclimber, AL2 British champion and GB Amputee footballer. Is there anything this man can't do?

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Yvie Johnson Endurance Athlete / Mental Health Advocate

Yvie is a self-described Creative & Mindful Adventurer who turns to exercise, nature and creativity to manage her Bipolar Disorder. She ran the length of Great Britain twice in 2016 (LEJOGLE) to raise the profile of her condition, and to showcase that a diagnosis is not the end of your extraordinary self.

A fell runner, hockey player and former GB Age Group triathlete, Yvie is setting off around Wales in 2018 to take on five multi-sport endurance challenges for YoungMinds. She will be running, hiking, wild camping, cycling, open water swimming and sea-kayaking, whilst meeting with folk en route for interviews in locations such as the Snowdon summit, the Wales Coast Path and Offa’s Dyke Path, and learning how they use the outdoors for their mental wellbeing.

Naturally, Yvie will be snacking on Eat Grub bars along the way to keep her fuelled, focused, and smiling.

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