The Micronutris My Impact fruits & chocolate bar with edible insects contains dried fruits and chocolate chips and provides natural sugars, perfect to give a boost during the effort.
The bar is a good source of fibres, easy to digest and is gluten free.
All My Impact bars contain edible insects, a great source of protein, all the essential amino acids.
Mealworms also include omega 3, and many vitamins and minerals.
They are a great natural source of nutrients never tainted with hormones or antibiotics.
Rice syrup*, seeds (pumpkin*, sunflower*, flax*, sesame*), cereals (16%, gluten free oat flakes*), dried fruits (14%, apricot* covered with rice flour*, raisins*, apple*), dehydrated mealworms** powder (Tenebrio molitor) (10%), chocolate (9%, cocoa paste*, cane sugar*, cocoa butter*, soy lecithin* (emulsifier)*) and sunflower oil*.
*from organic farming, **exclusively fed with organic ingredients.
Mealworms (Tenebrio molitor).
People who are allergic to crustacean shellfish may also be allergic to insects.
May contain nuts, soy.
Missing those bacon bits? Craving added crunch in your meals? Set your sights on Seamore’s I Sea Bacon!
Made from 100% wild, organic seaweed, I sea bacon is a nutritional powerhouse that tastes just like (green) bacon when it’s fried.
Salty, smoky and delicious, this “vegan bacon” is jam-packed with protein, potassium, calcium, iodine and zinc.
What’s more, it’s gluten free, sugar free and lactose free and low in both fat and carbohydrates.
It’s also bursting with scrumptious bacony taste!
Fry it up and add Seamore’s I Sea Bacon anywhere you desire added crunch; pasta dishes, salads, pizza toppings. You name it.
Un-fried, the soft seaweed leaves make a great flavour-boosting garnish as well, perfect for adding a kick to almost any savoury dish!
You can even munch I Sea Bacon bites straight from the packet for a healthy snack on the go!
Palmaria palmata, dried organic sea vegetable.
May contain traces of crustaceans.
Put some spring in your step with this Kreca grasshoppers powder!
Grasshopper flour is a complete protein, containing all nine essential amino acids in a form that’s highly digestible.
Grasshopper powder boasts a high protein content, low carbohydrate profile, is low in fat and is also gluten free, sugar and lactose free to boot, making it suitable for a wide range of diets and lifestyles.
Chockfull of nutrients such as iron, calcium, vitamins B2 and B12, and free from nasty chemicals, antibiotics, hormones and pesticides, grasshopper products are not just fantastic for your body but are a whole lot better for the environment too, rendering powdered grasshoppers a sustainable substitute for other animal products such as meat, fish and dairy.
Easily used in protein bars, smoothies and baked goods, with a neutral taste complimentary to a large range of foods, ground flour from grasshoppers makes a versatile addition to any kitchen!
If you are allergic to shellfish, you may be allergic to insects as well.
Take a moment to escape with these melt-in-the-mouth white chocolate delights.
Comprised of whole Finnish crickets coated in the creamiest white chocolate, each dreamy bite, will send you blissfully floating above the clouds and dancing away with the unicorns!
These decadent new delicacies are the innovative joint-creation of Entis and master chocolate manufacturer Kultasuklaa.
Edible insects are fast becoming mainstream, praised for their versatility, taste, nutritional benefits and ethical sourcing.
Dried house crickets are naturally bursting with high quality protein and nutrients such as iron, calcium, vitamins A, E, B, essential fatty acids, fibre and more.
So go on and enjoy your new-found chocolate fix entirely guilt-free!
Enjoy them as a satisfying, nourishing snack on the go, sprinkled on desserts, or whenever you’re craving a rich, creamy chocolate fix to lift your spirits and whisk you away with pleasure.
Dried house crickets (Acheta domesticus) (7,5%), sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, yoghurt powder (3%), emulsifier (soy lecithin), vanilla.
Crickets (Acheta domesticus).
People who are allergic to crustacean shellfish may also be allergic to crickets.
May contain traces of nuts, gluten, soy.