Crik Nutrition makes CNBC's list of top 20 start-ups in 2015

November 23, 2015

STONY Mountain's Alex Drysdale, founder of Crik Nutrition, is the sole Canadian entry on the Global Entrepreneurship Network's list of the 50 most promising new startups in the world.

The cricket protein powder entrepreneur is excited about being included in the exclusive the list that came out this week as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week.

"It was a nice surprise," said Drysdale.

Crik Nutrition was also highlighted by the U.S. cable network CNBC in its list of 20 of the World's Hottest Startups extracted from the GEW 50. To continue reading this story on The Winnipeg Free Press, please click here.

To see CNBC's full list, please click here.

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