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Granola Bites Powered with Cricket Flour by Don Bugito

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The time for bugs is now.

Have you ever eaten a bug?

Have you ever thought about eating bugs? Well if you're reading this far, it's too late. You are now thinking about eating bugs.

It's okay, you're safe with us. Hopefully, by the time you leave us, you're pondering the taste of a june beetle or a cricket cookie.

This is not the place to figure out what bugs taste like. We didn't take all this time so you can just taste a bug.

This is where you go to EXPERIENCE bugs.

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Beetles + Cricket Granola Bites = breakfast of champions. Beetle Bro Pumba said it best.

These Granola Bites Powered with Cricket Flour are absolutely delicious! You can barely taste the crickets, for some people that’s a good thing, others bad. Either way, these definitely are a hard win in the granola world.

(No eggs, gluten-free, no GMO's) Ingredients: *Oats, *Whole Sesame Seeds, *Unsweetened Coconut, Cricket Flour, *Pumpkin Seeds, *Sliced Almonds, Maple Syrup, *Butter.

Shelf life: 8 months.

Made in United States

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

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