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Would You Eat Insects If They Looked Like This?


These are insect infused protein bars and this is what they look like. Would you eat this if you knew it contained insects? Introducing a Jungle Bar: The Insect Powered Protein Bar.


Jungle Bar is a delicious protein bar made with dates, sunflower, sesame & pumpkin seeds, chocolate and cricket flour!


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