Whether milled into flour or integrated into protein bars, insects are gradually becoming part of the human diet. While taboos and cultural habits still represent a major obstacle to their current use in industrialized countries’ diets, the issue is less relevant when it comes to their use in animal feed. A profound transformation of the food industry is taking shape, and there has been a shift in the diversification of protein sources to meet Western food needs. Major players in the meat world, like Maple Leaf and Tyson, are following suit and reflecting this food paradigm shift. This conference provides a review of the diet revolution and shows how the food industry is adapting to it.