Mini-Kickers Flavored Edible Crickets You Can Eat
Edible Crickets Flavor Mango Habanero
Edible Crickets Flavor Cotton Candy
Edible Crickets Lasagna
Edible Crickets Flavor Jalapeno Garlic
Edible Crickets Indian Curry
Edible Crickets Flavor White Cheddar
Edible Crickets Flavor Orange Creamsicle
Edible Crickets Flavor Sundried Tomato Basil
Edible Crickets Flavor Lemon Meringue
Edible Crickets Flavor Mexican Mole
Savory Flavored Edible Crickets
Spicy Crickets You Can Eat
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Pound Edible Crickets White Cheddar Flavor
Pound Edible Crickets Mexican Mole Flavor
Pound Edible Crickets Lemon Meringue Flavor
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Lead the Way to Better Nutrition for People Worldwide!

Edible Crickets You Can Eat
Crickets are a sustainable food

Although Entomophagy (using insects as food) is a recent trend in North America and Europe, around the world over 80% of countries eat insects every day and have been since the dawn of human existence. Crickets are an ancient high protein food source. Mini-Kickers can be your introduction to a practice billions of people still enjoy today.

Our southern neighbor, Mexico, enjoys nearly 200 different edible insects. Thailand has over 20,000 insect farms and one of Cambodia’s top exports is edible insects. Mopane Worms are a valuable seasonal food in Zimbabwe, Chicatanas are considered a delicacy in Mexico, and even Scorpions and Tarantulas are a popular snack enjoyed by many. It’s obvious that here in the United States and Canada, we’re the ones missing out.

It’s more than just being a very bio-available source of protein. Edible crickets are a real animal protein that includes all nine essential amino acids; they’re also prebiotic fiber (nutrition for probiotics), very high in antioxidants, a perfect Omega 3:6 balance, high in B12, Calcium, Zinc, Iron, and more. Consider adding crickets to your diet.

Lobster and sushi were once considered gross, and we overcame those fears. Now both lobster and sushi are some of the most expensive of foods.

Crickets taste good, they’re healthy, sustainable, and raised humanely. They’re available to just about anybody anywhere.

Adding Crickets to Your Diet Makes Sense!

Mini-Kickers is a tasty way to begin your Entomophagy adventure. One tube is one step toward a better future.