[ Japanese ] Dry Cricket Black Cricket 15g
[ Japanese ] Dry Cricket Black Cricket 15g
[ Japanese ] Dry Cricket Black Cricket 15g
[ Japanese ] Dry Cricket Black Cricket 15g
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[ Japanese ] Dry Cricket Black Cricket 15g

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Insect food" which is attracting attention as a source of nutrition for the next generation is high in protein and low in carbohydrates. It is a highly nutritious food containing rich amino acids, minerals, and good fats!

These Japanese crickets are hygienically cultivated only for food.


[ Environmental Impact ]
Insect diets are attracting attention because they have a significantly lighter environmental impact than many of today's foods.
Forests are being cut down to make way for large-scale farmland, and 80% of the crops on farmland are being consumed as fertilizer for the livestock industry, which produces only 20% of the world's total caloric intake.

In addition, 90% of marine resources are overfished, and insects with low environmental impact are attracting attention worldwide.

Amount of greenhouse gas emitted to obtain 1kg of protein
Cattle: 2,850g
Pig: 1,130g
Chicken: 300g
Cricket: 1g

Land required to obtain 1kg of protein
Cattle: 200 square meters
Pig:50 square meters
Chicken:45 square meters
Cricket:15 square meters

Water required to obtain 1kg of protein
Cattle: 22,000
Pig: 3,500
Chicken: 2,300
Crickets: 1

Food required to obtain 1kg of protein
Cow:10.0kg
Pig:5.0kg
Chicken:2.5kg
Cricket:1.7kg


Nutritional value ]
High protein content (50-75%)
Rich and balanced essential amino acid and mineral content
Rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fats.
Low in carbohydrates (1.3% in this product)
High in vitamins A, D3, E, C, B12 and K

Nutritional information (in 100g)
Energy: 434kcal
Protein: 66.4g
Fat: 17g
Carbohydrate: 6.2g
 Carbohydrate: 1.3g
 (Dietary fiber: 4.9g)
Salt equivalent: 1.07g

Values may vary depending on drying conditions and individual products.
The nutritional composition is an estimate based on the analysis of sample products.


Hygiene ]
This product is pure Japanese edible crickets raised for food in Japan, and raised in a hygienic environment and with food suitable for food.

The hygiene of the food is regularly checked through an external organization, and the food grade general viable bacteria count, coliform group (negative), E. coli (negative), is maintained.

In addition, because crickets grow quickly and are easily affected by the food they eat, we regularly test for 120 items of pesticide residues, all of which are undetectable.


[ Precautions / Allergies Shrimp, Crab, Wheat ].
If you are allergic to crustaceans such as shrimps and crabs, please refrain from eating them because the outer shell of crickets contains chitin.
If you are allergic to crustaceans such as shrimps and crabs, please refrain from eating them.
Please chew well before eating as there are sharp parts such as legs and antennae. It is not recommended for small children who cannot chew well.
Please keep out of direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity. After opening, store in a cool, dark place and consume as soon as possible.
It contains an oxygen absorber. Please be careful not to get it in your mouth or eyes.




[ Ingredients ] Black Cricket (Japanese)

Content ] 15g

Storage ] Keep out of direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity. After opening the package, please consume it as soon as possible.