Why eat edible bugs?

Why eat edible bugs?

Party Bugs are ready-to-eat party snacks made of farmed and roasted, edible crickets

Party Bugs are ready-to-eat party snacks made of farmed and roasted, edible crickets.

Flavored with natural spices, these roasted cricket snacks are seasoned and manually packed in Finland.

As edible bugs and crickets we sell are not deep-fried but roasted, they do not contain unhealthy trans fats and carbohydrates that are common in traditional snacks.

Party Bugs is party food for everybody and every party. Finely designed Party Bugs products fit in all parties ranging from bars, restaurants, night clubs to movies, festivals, sports events, and home parties. Try Party Bugs as beer snacks or with a glass of wine!

Party Bugs are ready-to-eat party snacks made of farmed and roasted, edible crickets

Party Bugs are ready-to-eat party snacks made of farmed and roasted, edible crickets. Flavored with natural spices, these roasted cricket snacks are seasoned and manually packed in Finland. As edible bugs and crickets we sell are not deep-fried but roasted, they do not contain unhealthy trans fats and carbohydrates that are common in traditional snacks. Party Bugs is party food for everybody and every party. Finely designed Party Bugs products fit in all parties ranging from bars, restaurants, night clubs to movies, festivals, sports events, and home parties. Try Party Bugs as beer snacks or with a glass of wine!

EATING INSECTS IS HEALTHY!

Roasted edible insects contain 60 –70% protein, lots of zinc, iron, magnesium, and B12 vitamin. Furthermore, their omega fatty acid composition like in fish. Finally, chitin as a fiber reduces gastrointestinal inflammation.

EATING INSECTS IS HEALTHY!

Roasted edible insects contain 60 –70% protein, lots of zinc, iron, magnesium, and B12 vitamin. Furthermore, their omega fatty acid composition like in fish. Finally, chitin as a fiber reduces gastrointestinal inflammation.

The production of edible insects is environmentally friendly!

Did you know that producing a kilo of beef requires 12 times more feed, 100 times more space and 22,000 times more water than producing a kilogram of insects? In addition, producing a kilogram of beef causes 50 times more methane emissions than producing a kilogram of edible insects!

The production of edible insects is environmentally friendly!

Did you know that producing a kilo of beef requires 12 times more feed, 100 times more space and 22,000 times more water than producing a kilogram of insects? In addition, producing a kilogram of beef causes 50 times more methane emissions than producing a kilogram of edible insects!


Eating healthier
and
saving the planet
come as a bonus!
Eating healthier
and
saving the planet
come as a bonus!

Eating insects and edible bugs has always been around! 

Entomophagy, which describes the practice of eating insects by humans, has long traditions and has always been around. Ancient Romans and Creeks luxuriated with edible bugs and other edible insects. Aristotle feasted on the song cicadas, and Pliny the Elder was crazy about the beetle larvae. It is indeed a paradox that the other sides of the ancient culture are valued in Western countries. Still, the habit of luxuriating with the edible bugs has not received the attention it deserves.

Cockchafers were considered a delicacy in France, Germany, Italy, Moldova, and Valakia long until the 20th century. And before the new coming of the edible insects, the French used to crunch grasshoppers between wine glasses.

Insect consumption is prevalent in 80% of the world, and two billion people already eat this delicious superfood called insects. Insects contain plenty of proteins, vitamins, healthy fats, and antioxidants.

We all eat at least half a kilo of insects every year hidden inside and as a part of our regular food.

Eating insects and edible bugs has always been around!

Entomophagy, which describes the practice of eating insects by humans, has long traditions and has always been around. Ancient Romans and Creeks luxuriated with edible bugs and other edible insects. Aristotle feasted on the song cicadas, and Pliny the Elder was crazy about the beetle larvae. It is indeed a paradox that the other sides of the ancient culture are valued in Western countries. Still, the habit of luxuriating with the edible bugs has not received the attention it deserves. Cockchafers were considered a delicacy in France, Germany, Italy, Moldova, and Valakia long until the 20th century. And before the new coming of the edible insects, the French used to crunch grasshoppers between wine glasses. Insect consumption is prevalent in 80% of the world, and two billion people already eat this delicious superfood called insects. Insects contain plenty of proteins, vitamins, healthy fats, and antioxidants. We all eat at least half a kilo of insects every year hidden inside and as a part of our regular food.
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Insect Food Is Soon Everywhere!

Eating insects is, however, coming back to the Western World. For some years, in some European countries, it has been possible to buy food-quality roasted and even frozen home crickets, locusts, buffalo worms, and mealworms. One by one new edible insect species are introduced to the market and house crickets (Acheta Domesticus) will be the first edible insect species that will be legalized all over Europe.

Insect Food Is Soon Everywhere!

Eating insects is, however, coming back to the Western World. For some years, in some European countries, it has been possible to buy food-quality roasted and even frozen home crickets, locusts, buffalo worms, and mealworms. One by one new edible insect species are introduced to the market and house crickets (Acheta Domesticus) will be the first edible insect species that will be legalized all over Europe.