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Cricket Protein Powder 200g
Cricket Protein Powder 200g

Cricket Protein Powder 200g

Regular price $35.99 Sale price $29.99
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Our Circle Harvest Protein Powder has been specially farmed to provide a fantastic source of environmentally sustainable, digestible protein.

Our 100% Aussie farmed crickets are bred under hygienic conditions in Sydney and are fed on a nutritious diet of fruit and vegetables. The fruit and veg was destined for landfill, so we circled the resources back into our food system to use it as feed for our own nutrient dense, natural little food. We understand how important it is to be clean and green, so we make sure we only use a tiny bit of energy, water and land to farm our crickets, which means our crickets are one of the most sustainable protein sources around. 

This product comes in a resealable stand up pouch with 10 x 20g serves.
That work out to be just $2.99 per serve. 

Each 20g serve of cricket powder contains over 13g of digestible protein as well as calcium, iron and heaps of other essential micronutrients. It also has lots of B12 and B2 Vitamins and 3 times the amount of Omega 3 as salmon. It also has no added salt and no added sugar. 

Including protein in your diet can not only help you maintain a healthy weight, but it also works to manage hunger, stabilise your blood sugar levels, improve your ability to concentrate, repair and build muscle tissue. 

Take a look at our recipes section for ideas on how to use the cricket powder in your everyday cooking. You can add some to your favourite cookie recipe, bread, curries or even brownies. 
Enrich the foods you eat everyday with this wholefood, alternative protein.

Please see our recipes page for ways to use your powder. Please note- You can not use this as a replacement for wheat flour.  

Ingredients: Australian Farmed Crickets Acheta Domesticus 100%

Allergen Information: People who have a SHELLFISH allergy should not eat edible insects. You can have a similar reaction.