Cricket energy bars aim to get more Americans to eat bugs

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Date: February 22nd, 2014

chapUtah – A Salt Lake City businessman is on a mission to get Americans to eat insects.

Since 2012, Pat Crowley and his business partner Dan O’Neill, have been making high-protein energy bars made from ground up crickets.

Crowley says eating insects are environmentally friendly and nutritious and believes his Chapul bar (chapul is the Aztec word for cricket) will help get Americans into eating bugs the way California rolls eased many of us into trying sushi.

But for many, eating bugs is a hard sell.  That’s why Crowley came up with an innovative cricket flour.  Full Article

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2 Responses to “Cricket energy bars aim to get more Americans to eat bugs”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    No thanks.

  2. atavic Says:

    best thing about crickets, they stay crunchy even in milk.

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