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INSECTS ARE A

SUSTAINABLE

DELICIOUS

SUPERFOOD

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INSECTS FART WAY LESS THAN COWS

Insects are seriously sustainable. Less CO², less land and less water & can be fed off the stuff you don't eat (apple cores, potato peels etc). What’s not to like!?

 GHG EMISSIONS 

(g CO2e per kg of protein)

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 FEED 

(kg per edible kg)

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MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUG

Crickets don't just have a ridiculous amount of protein, they’re also high in omega 3s & 6s, more B12 than red meat, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach, more potassium than bananas, less fat than pork... we could go on!

 PROTEIN 

(g per 100g)

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 CALCIUM 

(mg per 100g)

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 IRON 

(mg per 100g)

 FAT 

(g per 100g)

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YOU'RE
THE WEIRDO.

Bugs taste delicious. But don’t just take our word for it – over 2 billion people, in over 80% of the worlds countries regularly eat insects & love it.

 

You like prawns don’t you? 

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