It is time for cricket bread!

Do you want to bake a thousand cricket pieces of bread or five thousand cricket rolls? With Bug Bazaar’s cricket powder bags you can do it!

The plain house cricket powder tastes mildly like rye bread or a roasted chickpea.

The optimized feed guarantees that our crickets do not have any unpleasant side or after tastes originating from a non-optimized feed that many cricket farmers still use!

It takes over one thousand house crickets (acheta domesticus) to produce 100 grams of our protein-rich cricket flour. One hundred percent natural, free from artificial colors, flavorings, preservatives, and monosodium glutamate (MSG). Its high protein and low saturated fat and carbohydrate content make for a healthy cooking ingredient.

Technically our ground-up crickets are not flour but ‘floured’ so they will behave differently in baked goods as opposed to wheat, coconut or nut flours. For this reason, it’s best used in conjunction with another flour or flour substitute. If used in large amounts it may adversely affect texture so less is more.

Try the cricket powder on yogurt and you want to have it in that way every day!

This product can be ordered in three grain sized (fine, standard, rough) but the qualities fine and rough will have a long lead time and the price has to be negotiated customer by customer.

Our crickets are 100% traceable and they are grown delicious in the natural heat of Thailand, the home of the best tasting insects in the world.

Our crickets have the following quality certificates:

Food and Drug Administration – FDA

Good Manufacturing Practices – GMP,

Good Agricultural Practices for Cricket Farm – GAP

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points – HACCP

Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) has also been officially started.

Bǚg Bazaar’s our own brands are already now compliant with the EU insect food regulations taking effect on the 1st of January 2020!

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