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Bar 45 g

Bar fueled with 32 crickets.

Nutritional content 100 g
Energy 488 kcal
Fat 26.3 g
of which saturates 9.7 g
Carbohydrates 44.6 g
 of which sugars 29.4 g
Fiber 6.5 g
Protein 15.0 g
Salt 0.35 g
Full ingredient list

Dates, roasted milled crickets (Acheta Domesticus)(10%), almonds, cashew nuts, cocoa powder, coconut oil, salt. People with shellfish allergy may be allergic to crickets. May contain traces of milk, gluten and soy.

Ingredienser (SE)

Dadlar, rostade malda syrsor (Acheta Domesticus), mandlar, cashewnötter, kakaopulver, kokosolja, salt. Kan innehålla spår av gluten och soja.

3 Bars | € 9,00

€ 8,06 for Swedish customers

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12 Bars | € 24,00

€ 21,50 for Swedish customers

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Many crickets – Little land

Cricket farms need very little land. Crickets eat vegetables that humans dismiss. They can easily be a sustainable part of existing agriculture, using new resources and very little land.

Clean food only

Humans eat a lot of food that has been sprayed with chemicals in order to protect it from insects. We can’t and we won’t give crickets food that have been sprayed with these chemicals because it would be the end of them.

But what does a cricket eat? Non-sprayed sallad, a weird looking carrot and other organic greens. So fresh!

Minerals and Vitamins to make you strong

Cricket flour is rich in iron, zink, vitamin b12, magnesium and calcium. These are essential minerals and vitamins that you need to stay healthy and build muscles. Cricket flour contains TWICE the amount of iron compared to spinach. You better eat:em.

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