There has been very limited commercial breeding of locusts/grasshoppers here in the States and commercially have not been commercially available for a long time. The main reason that I'm aware of is that when they are transported to other states they are an invasive species and if they escape they threaten other native wildlife and ecosystems.
i always try different feeders but it just depends on what she wants to eat. My female veiled will always eat her gutloaded crix hornworms (when i can get them) superworms silkworms (when she is in the mood) im trying to get her onto the roaches i just started breeding butterworms and waxies for treats but lately she wont eat them but i still try occasionally
My parents have made it difficult to give him much variety... They put up with crickets, but the only other feeders they will allow in the house are ones that I have officially decided I like too much to feed off (mantids and pillbugs). Nonetheless I provide crickets, some dubias (I get them from the university herpetology lab-just enough to be eaten in two days), and superworms. Waxworms and mealworms are a very occasional treat so I don't really consider them feeders I use.
Well i have 12 adult chams to feed including 2 trioceros melleris.In Montreal roaches and a few other feeders like p mantis and walking sticks are illegal for sale,so this is what i always keep in stock in my chameleon room(crickets,grasshoppers,butterworms,waxworms,silkworms and hornworms.I also feed my chams some green vegetables and fruits every week.