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Locusts (35g)

Locusts (35g)

  • Locusts (35g)
  • Locusts (35g)

Locusts (35g)


Price 12,00 €


Your body just loves insect food!

  • Edible insects are rich in nutrients. The house insects contain plenty of protein, iron, creatine, calcium, magnesium, zinc in addition to which there is the fish's type of omega fatty acid division between the omega-3 and omega-6.
  • Did you know that in grasshoppers, there are five times more antioxidants than in oranges?
  • With its high B12 vitamin content and its healthy nourishment composition, insect food is highly recommended for balancing otherwise mostly vegetarian diets.
  • The chitin to be obtained from the insect food and its breakdown products, chitooligosaccharides, and chitosan operate like fiber and lower the cholesterol of the blood. They also have antioxidative, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effects. It has also been stated that chitin and its breakdown products will prevent the growth of most harmful intestines bacteria.
  • As insects lose about 75% of their weight as the water evaporates during the roasting/drying, they are a real power food.

Product description

Simply delicious… that’s the verdict on our leaf-chomping Locusts with their delightful walnut-like taste. TOP TIP…Prefer us soft and plump? Empty into a bowl. Cover with boiling water. Remove after 6 minutes. Enjoy.

  • Real, vile little crunchy critters prepared and ready to eat
  • An interesting topping to your pizza or pasta
  • High in protein and low in carbohydrates – the ultimate low-fat snack
  • Sourced from sustainable stocks and organically fed
  • Premium Freeze-Dried Product
  • No artificial colors, flavorings or preservatives. No MSG.
  • Turbo-charge dinner party conversations
  • Fantastic Halloween, celebratory, birthday or Christmas gift
  • Ideal for use in Bush Tucker Challenge charity fundraising events
  • Contents per pack: Approx 60-70 insects
  • Net weight: 35 grams / 1.23 ounces
  • Packaging: Sealed clear re-sealable tub
  • Shipped: Boxed
  • Crunchy Critters supports Fairtrade Practices
  • Note: Cooked insects are brittle and may not arrive whole or intact following their time in the postal system
  • Latin name: Locusta migratoria

WARNING! It is possible to be allergic to insect food. Food allergens are proteins. Sensitization to insect proteins is possible, just like to any other food proteins. The proteins that insects contain are similar to the proteins of e.g. crustaceans and mollusks. Thus persons who are allergic to prawns, for example, may have an allergic reaction from insect food. Insects may contain traces of gluten.


Availability
In stock

Nutrition

  • Energy (kcal/100g) 559
  • Fat (g/100g product) 38.1 of which
         - Saturated fatty acids 13.1
         - 
    Mono-unsaturated fatty acids 13.0
         - 
    Poly-unsaturated fatty acids 11.9
  • Carbohydrates (g/100g product) 1.1 of which
         - Sugars (g/100g product) 0
  • Fibre (g/100g product) 8.4
  • Protein (g/100g product) 48.2
  • Salt (g/100g product) 0.43

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OBS! Innehåller foderhärstammande rester av gluten, soja och fisk. Insekter kan förorsaka allergiska reaktioner. Korsallergi är möjlig hos personer som är allergiska mot kräftdjur, blötdjur och/eller husdammskvalster.


References to health-related statements above

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  2. Rumpold, Birgit A. & Schlüter, Oliver K. (2013), "Nutritional composition and safety aspects of edible insects", Molecular Nutrition & Food Research,  Volume 57, Issue 5, May 2013, Pages 802-823. WILEY‐VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
  3. Belluco, Simone & Losasso, Carmen & Maggioletti, Michela & Alonzi, Cristiana C. & Paoletti, Maurizio G. & Ricci, Antonia, (2013), "Edible Insects in a Food Safety and Nutritional Perspective: A Critical Review", Comprehensive REVIEWS in Food Science and Food Safety, Volume 12, Issue 3, May 2013, Pages 296-313, A Publication of the Institute of Food Technologists.
  4. Banjo, A.D, & Lawal, O.A. & Songonuga, E.A., (2006), "The nutritional value of fourteen species of edible insects in southwestern Nigeria", African Journal of Biotechnology, Volume 5, Issue 3, Pages 298-301, 2 February 2006.
  5. Ghosha, Sampat & Lee, So-Min & Jung, Chuleui & Meyer-Rochowcd, V.B., (2017), "Nutritional composition of five commercial edible insects in South Korea", Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, Volume 20, Issue 2, June 2017, Pages 686-694, Elsevier Inc.
  6. DeFoliart, Gene R. (Emeritus Professor), (1992), "Insects as human food: Gene DeFoliart discusses some nutritional and economic aspects", Crop Protection, Volume 11, Issue 5, October 1992, Pages 395-399, Elsevier Inc.
  7. Ramos-Elorduya, Julieta & Morenoa, Jose Manuel Pino & Prado, Esteban Escamilla, Perez, Manuel Alvarado & Oteroc, Jaime Lagunez & Guevarad, Oralia Ladronde (1997), "Nutritional Value of Edible Insects from the State of Oaxaca, Mexico", Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, Volume 10, Issue 2, June 1997, Pages 142-157.
  8. Bukkens, Sandra G.F., (2010), "The nutritional value of edible insects", Ecology of Food and Nutrition, Volume 36, 1997 - Issue 2-4, Pages 287-319. Taylor & Francis.
  9. Di Mattia, Carla & Battista, Natalia & Sacchetti, Giampiero & Serafini, Mauro, (2019), "Antioxidant Activities in vitro of Water and Liposoluble Extracts Obtained by Different Species of Edible Insects and Invertebrates", Frontiers in Nutrition, 15 July 2019.
  10. Azuma, Kazuo & Osaki, Tomohiro & Minami, Saburo & Okamoto, Yoshiharu, (2015), "Anticancer and Anti-Inflammatory Properties of Chitin and Chitosan Oligosaccharides", Journal of Functional Biomaterials, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2015 March, Pages 33–49.
  11. Je, Jae-Young & Kim, Se-Kwon, (2012), "Chitooligosaccharides as Potential Nutraceuticals: Production and Bioactivities", Ch. 21 in Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Volume 65, 2012, Pages 321-336, Elsevier Inc.
  12. Ngo, Dai-Hung & Kim, Se-Kwon, (2014), "Antioxidant Effects of Chitin, Chitosan, and Their Derivatives", Ch. 2 in Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Volume 73, 2014, Pages 15-31, Elsevier Inc.
  13. Benhabilesa, M.S. & Salah, R. & Lounici, H. & Drouiche, N. & Goosend, M.F.A. & Mameri, N., (2012), "Antibacterial activity of chitin, chitosan and its oligomers prepared from shrimp shell waste", Food Hydrocolloids, Volume 29, Issue 1, October 2012, Pages 48-56, Elsevier Inc.
  14. Je, Jae-Young & Kim, Se-Kwon, (2006), "Antioxidant activity of novel chitin derivative", Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, Volume 16, Issue 7, 1 April 2006, Pages 1884-1887, Elsevier Inc.
  15. Azuma, Kazuo & Osaki, Tomohiro & Minami, Saburo & Okamoto, Yoshiharu, (2015), "Anticancer and Anti-Inflammatory Properties of Chitin and Chitosan Oligosaccharides", Journal of Functional Biomaterials, 2015, Volume 6, Issue 1, Pages 33-49, MDPI journals.

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