1.Sago Worms

  It is the larvae of Rhynchophorus Ferrugineus. The larval grub is considered a delicacy in much of Southeast Asia. "Sago Delight", or "Fried Sago Worms" are considered a speciality in Malaysia. Sago grubs have been described as creamy tasting when raw, and like bacon or meat when cooked. 

 

 Product Description

-Packaging : Aluminum foil bag  21 cm. x 13 cm. 

-No preservatives

-Weight 15 g.

-Ingredient :Sago worms,  salt

-Low fat, high protein

-Price : USD8 per bag


  


2. Bamboo Worms

      The Bamboo Borer (Omphisa fuscidentalis) is a moth of the Crambidae family. Their habitats are the bamboo groves and forest of northern Thailand. Due to its appearance, it is commonly called "rot duan", meaning the express train.

     

Product Description

-Packaging : Aluminum foil bag  21 cm. x 13 cm. 

-No preservatives

-Weight 50 g.

-Ingredient : Bamboo worms, salt

-Low fat, high protein

-Price : USD10 per bag


 

3. Grasshoppers

    Grasshoppers are eaten as a good source of protein, minerals and vitamins. Sometimes they are placed in water for  24 hours, after which they can be boiled or eaten raw, sun-dried, fried, flavoured with spices, such as garlic, onions, chile, drenched in lime, and used in soup or as a filling for various dishes. 


 

 Product Description

-Packaging : Aluminum foil bag  21 cm. x 13 cm. 

-No preservatives

-Weight 50 g.

-Ingredient : Grasshoppers, salt

-Low fat, high protein

-Price : USD8 per bag


 

 4.  Crickets 

        Crickets, family Gryllidae, are insects somewhat related to grasshoppers. There are more than 900 species.
       Various species of crickets are a part of people's diets in some countries, and are considered delicacies of high cuisine in places like Mexico. In Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam, cricket is commonly eaten as a snack.

 


  Product Description

-Packaging : Aluminum foil bag  21 cm. x 13 cm. 

-No preservatives

-Weight 50 g.

-Ingredient : Crickets, salt

-Low fat, high protein

-Price : USD8 per bag

5.  Red ants (weaver ants), larvae and

  their eggs 

   In areas of India, and throughout Burma and Thailand, a paste of the weaver ant is served as a condiment with curry.Weaver ant eggs and larvae, as well as the ants, may be used in a Thai saladyam , in a dish called yam khai mot daeng or red ant egg salad, a dish that comes from the Issan or north-eastern region of Thailand.

    Product Description

    - Packaging : Can 

    - Ingredient : The mix of  ants, larvae and their eggs in a brine

    - No preservatives

    - Price : USD32 per can

    - Weight 500 g.

      

6. The world's first mixed edible insect powder can be blended with your favorite food  to get the renewable protein source 

    You can get protein from edible insects without consuming the whole insect body. They can be made energy bars, protein bars,crackers, cookies etc. Someone knows this product as cricket -flour / powder. 


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