Chirps Cricket Chips

Available now for pre-order. They're chips made of cricket flour. I'd be willing to try them because from what I've heard crickets don't taste bad at all. And if they don't look anything like crickets, all the better! Though I have a hard time imagining these will ever go mainstream.

     Posted By: Alex - Thu Jul 10, 2014
     Category: Food | Insects and Spiders





Comments
If there's more than 100 bug parts per 1,000,000 isn't the USDA supposed to get involved?
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 07/10/14 at 10:53 AM
Bug flour is about $1.00 and wheat flour is about $0.11 per ounce.
Posted by BMN on 07/10/14 at 11:20 AM
And don't forget the gross out factor!! :sick:
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 07/10/14 at 11:46 AM
At $15.99/15 ounces, it isn't catfood cheap, but I guess it is cheaper than chips. Put me down for a bag.
Posted by Harvey on 07/10/14 at 05:41 PM
I'll stick with my "special" brownies and cookies from Colorado 😜
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 07/11/14 at 12:49 AM
The main problem I have with eating insects is that this so-called sustainable, cheaply producable, ideal-for-the-third-world food is always so bleedin' expensive! If they ever produce an insect food that is comparable in price to chicken, pork or beef, I'll be among the first to try it. Hell, even if it's only as expensive as lamb, I'd still be willing to give it a go once - after all, I buy lamb occasionally, though not often. But insects, right now, are about as "cheap" and "sustainable" as saffron. Sorry, I'm not hipstery enough to pay through that large a nose for the latest food fad.
Posted by Richard Bos on 07/12/14 at 06:57 AM
Well put Richard!
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 07/12/14 at 04:16 PM
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