Bacon & Honey
Bacon & Honey
Crickets taste like bacon..! Bacon without pork? Is this a joke?
Yes, it is a joke, but a delicious one. The secret lies in the hated but so YUMMY monosodium glutamate! So, you can take it or you can hate it, but we love it!
The familiar taste of bacon makes accepting new and more ecologically friendly ingredients, like edible insects, easier.
We designed our Bacon & Honey-flavored crickets with bars, restaurants, and catering companies in mind. The best place to display this product in grocery stores and bars is alongside beef jerky and other savory snacks!
Serve Bacon & Honey crickets to your friends as a snack, or use the product like dry onion flakes on top of salads, sandwiches, or hot meals.
Farmed and roasted cricket (73%; acheta domesticus) from the EU, and spice mix [27%; honey, salt, glucose, monosodium glutamate (E621), paprika, onion, coriander, maltodextrin, meat aroma, and bacon aroma].
Nutritional Information (per 100g)
Energy 1770kj/423kcal, fat 16.2g (of which saturated fatty acids 6.9g), carbohydrates 22.6g (of which sugars 14.9g), fiber 3.2g, protein 48.3g, and salt 4.6g.
FDA – Nutrition Facts and Daily Values per Serving Size 1/3 Cup (20g)
Calories 80, Total Fat 3.2g (4%), Saturated Fat 1.4g (7%), Trans Fat 0.0g, Cholesterol (17%), Sodium 370mg (16%), Total Carbohydrate 5g (2%), Dietary Fiber 1g (4%), Total Sugars 3g, Includes 3g Added Sugars, Protein 10g (20%), Vit. D 0mcg (0%), Iron 1mg (6%), Calcium 15mg (0%), Potas. 95mg (2%).
The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
Store dry, dark, and at room temperature.
Manually packed and spiced up by
Opastinsilta 8 A
Eating insects can cause allergic reactions to persons allergic to shellfish, mollusks, or house dust mites.
May contain rests from gluten.
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