JIMINI’S new crisp-flavoured insect snacks

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After the success of their crispy insect snack boxes, JIMINI’S have developed new flavours to appeal especially to the British snack market. These new products represent some of the most favoured crisp flavours including Salt & Vinegar, Spicy Chilli and Sour Cream & Onion.

CRISPY INSECT SNACK BOXES IN FAMILIAR FLAVOURS

JIMINI’S are conscious that for the average European consumer, insects do not form part of the daily diet. However they are fully committed to changing this whilst showing people the full benefits of these highly nutritious and sustainable insects. To make insects more appealing, JIMINI’S have tried to present them in a number of different ways to make them more accessible and familiar. The recently re-released energy and protein bars contain cricket flour rather than the whole insects themselves. Now, using popular British flavours, JIMINI’S hopes to encourage more consumers to try these whole insects. JIMINI’S buffalo worms that come in Spicy Chilli and Sour Cream & Onion flavour are a brand new offering in species of edible insect. It belongs to the same family as the mealworm but is particularly rich in proteins and iron. The flavour is quite nutty, similar to cashews and peanuts.

The all-new Salt & Vinegar Crickets are the ultimate bar-snack flavour but full of protein, vitamins and minerals. Whilst all these are great for snacking on with a drink, they can also be sprinkled over salads, pasta dishes or any other dish that you want an extra hit of flavour and protein on.

HOW ARE THEY MADE?

Their insect snacks are cooked in France with 100% European edible insects and are 100% natural. They are made by first dehydrating them and then slowly baking the insects at a low temperature to preserve their nutritional values. Because our insects are exclusively farmed in Europe JIMINI’S are able to bring the best guarantees of quality and traceability. They are only fed with GMO free vegetal food and seasoned with natural spices.

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