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Cricket Crunch Bar – Dark Chocolate

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Cricket Crunch Bar

About two tablespoons of roasted crickets covered in dark chocolate.

24 sections – Each package includes 3 chocolate bars with 8 sections each.

The three bars weigh 3 oz.

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Cricket Crunch Bar

About two tablespoons of roasted crickets covered in fine dark chocolate.

24 sections – Each package includes 3 chocolate bars with 8 sections each.

The three bars weigh 3 oz.

Nothing crunches like a cricket!

A great introduction to chocolate covered insects.

These chocolate covered crickets make becoming an entomophagist easy – they taste great!

All insects are raised for human consumption.

IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO SHELLFISH THIS PRODUCT IS NOT FOR YOU.
Made in a facility that processes milk, eggs and peanuts

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  • Are chocolate covered crickets healthy?

    Yes, crickets are very healthy for you. Crickets are a highly nutritious food source that is rich in protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats plus it’s very bio-available.

    Chocolate, in moderation, is now considered healthy since flavanols in cocoa beans have been proven to have antioxidant effects that reduce cell damage associated with heart disease.

    Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 07:03:09 AM
  • How many bars do I need for a class of twenty students?

    Each package includes 3 chocolate bars with 8 sections each for 24 "bites". They taste great so many people ask for more. So, one bar will give everyone a taste but you might "need" two or three bars.

    Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 07:07:13 AM
  • Are people allergic to crickets?

    IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO SHELLFISH THIS PRODUCT IS NOT FOR YOU.
    Made in a facility that processes milk, eggs and peanuts

    Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 08:51:28 AM
  • What Do Crickets Taste Like?

    The first thing many people say is that they taste like a nut. Chefs and more refined folk say that they have a nutty umani flavor to them.

    Most people are surprised by the fact that they like the taste and many customers buy them in bulk because they like them so much.

    About cleaned crickets: One big complaint is that the cricket legs get stuck in your teeth. Our crickets are cleaned to remove most loose legs and wings but you may want to clean them a bit more since legs and wings will break off during shipping.

    Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 10:24:15 AM

Edible Insect Allergies

ALLERGY INFORMATION

If you are allergic to shellfish or crustaceans, you may also be allergic to insects.

Please Also Note: Products may be from manufacturing facilities that process milk, eggs and peanuts.

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