Flavored edible insects for aperitif

AN INSECT TO THE APERO? CA CHANGE CHIPS AND COCAHUETS!

Insects have been part of the world culinary heritage for thousands of years, even though they have tended to become rare in recent years in our beautiful country. Nevertheless, we are convinced that the English are now ready to discover or rediscover these crispy and tasty dishes around a ...

AN INSECT TO THE APERO? CA CHANGE CHIPS AND COCAHUETS!

Insects have been part of the world culinary heritage for thousands of years, even though they have tended to become rare in recent years in our beautiful country. Nevertheless, we are convinced that the English are now ready to discover or rediscover these crispy and tasty dishes around a moment that everyone likes to share: the aperitif.

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  • The cricket

    TMeat-Food of small crickets have been carefully selected for their taste, their beautiful forms and quality of livestock which they originated. Indeed, these insects come from a farm that uses innovative and environmentally friendly technologies. The crickets are bred and prepared on site according to strict quality criteria. 

  • The mealworms

    Rich in proteins and vitamin B, fiber, omega 3, iron, and even calcium, dark-eating is one of the most complete edible insects in terms of nutrient intake.

  • The locust

    Our delicious locusts come from farms specialized in the breeding of high quality edible insects. Insect breeding is a complex activity, which is why we have chosen to use producers using dehydration processes that retain all the nutritional properties of the locust as well as their taste qualities.

  • The grasshopper
  • Buffalo worms

    Our Edible Buffalo (Alphitobius Diaperinus) worms contain a lot of protein and have a distinctive hazelnut flavor, produced in the Netherlands they benefit from one of the first certifications on breeding methods in Europe in-door and out-door us Have chosen for their nutritional quality,