Insects are consumed by 80% of the population in혻Asia and혻South America. Finally, western countries혻are catching up and appreciating혻this healthy and sustainable superfood. Insects are not that odd,혻compared to cheese mold, snails, frogs and oysters, they’re practically ordinary! Crickets are actually very similar혻anatomically혻to혻shrimps, and혻they혻have혻fantastic food properties. That?셲 why we made a pasta out of them! For example??/span>

It tastes good

Our Cricket Pasta is yummy, according to chefs and customers. Cricket flour adds a nutty flavor, and the taste is not much different from a wholewheat pasta.

It's healthy

Crickets are full of high quality protein and rich in non-diary calcium, vitamin B12, Omega 3, iron and all 9 of the essential Amino Acids. That’s why our Cricket Pasta has an exceptional nutritional profile.

It's sustainable

The planet won?셳 survive if we keep eating beef. Cattle혻require too many resources (and animal suffering). Instead, insects are healthy and sustainable, regardless of what they look like!

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Ingredients: wheat flour 80% – cricket flour 20%
Nutrition facts and evaluation

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Weight: 350 g (12,3 oz)
Certifications: GMP, HACCP and other International standards. International shipping may take up to 20 days for delivery.

Cricket pasta is something completely new: a superfood containing 20% cricket flour. This unique innovation is part of the fast-growing market of edible insect-based food products. The pasta features an exceptional combination of nutritional values: including high levels of protein, non-dairy calcium, iron, vitamin B12 and Omega fatty acids, due to the properties of the cricket flour.

Cricket Pasta is the result of extensive research with multiple manufacturers and is a mix of cricket flour and wheat flour. Thanks to the cricket flour, the Cricket Pasta has a distinctive color and texture that is often compared to buckwheat or whole-wheat pasta and roasted almonds.

are you a…

... chef

Gourmet experts can create new signature (and healthy) dishes. Edible insects are trending now, with more than 1,000 articles published in the last year (on English media alone)! There are over 100 restaurants with bugs on the menu, and a number of recipe books.

... body builder

Or someone on a diet. Crickets are made up mostly of protein, up to 65% of their weight in fact. If you compare by weight, that’s more than double the amount a cow has. They also contain a lot of calcium, Omega fatty acid, Vitamin B12 and Iron.

... distributor

Insects are the next big thing in food. Do not believe the “yuck” factor will stop this industry; with processed food products, most people do not have a problem! This is an opportunity you may want to consider. Have a look at all our documentation and certificate here.


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Food Ingredients First

FoodIngredientsFIRST“SPECIAL REPORT: Insects as a Sustainable Protein Source”

By Elizabeth Kenward- June 27, 2016

National Geographic

NG“Chefs Make a Tasty Case for Eating Bugs”

By혻Tracie McMillan –혻June 3, 2016

The BOB & TOM Show

Tom, Chick, Al Jackson, Nicole Pence and the Gang try Cricket Pasta.

US Radio broadcast –혻April 7, 2016


GAMA Award Manchester and Cricket Pasta


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