Bite Cricket Bars

by | Jan 8, 2019 | Food + Drink

The thought of eating crickets may be enough to make your skin crawl, but if you can get past the heebie-jeebies, there’s something worth munching on. Bite Cricket Bars made by local outdoor enthusiast, Sydney Koby, are high in protein, high in iron and taste pretty darn good. Don’t worry, you’re not going to open a package and find whole crickets staring back at you. The cricket protein is sourced from a cricket farm in Ontario comes to Koby in powder form, so you will never know that the bar is chocked full of 20-30 crickets. We tried the chocolate Bite bar, which was rich in dark chocolate, fudgy and packed with almonds.  The Jiminy Ginger was the most refreshing of the bars and the low burn gets you salivating, which is just what you want when you’re on the trail or spent the day on the slopes. Last we tried the Peanut Butter, which is always familiar and comforting. The oats really showed up in this bar and the dates added a nice amount of sweetness to make it feel like a treat.

The Details

  • Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Dairy Free

 

10 spots to find Bite Cricket Bars

Donald's Markets - Multiple Locations

2342 East Hastings St, Vancouver 810 Quayside Dr, New Westminster 2627 Shaughnessy St #120, Port Coquitlam 2279 Commercial Dr, Vancouver

Nada Grocery

675 E Broadway, Vancouver

Edible Island Whole Foods

477 6th St, Courtenay, BC

Peppers Foods, Victoria

  • Peppers Foods: 3829 Cadboro Bay Rd, Victoria

Upper Village Market, Whistler

4580 Chateau Blvd, Whistler

Home On The Range Organics

235 E Broadway, Vancouver

Meridian Farm Market

1202A 56 St

Foxy Farm Market

108 W 1st St, North Vancouver

Olives Community Market

101-1200 Alpha Lake Rd, Whistler

Le Marché Gourmet

101-607 Victoria Road, Revelstoke

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Excellent work. Well done you. Bravo.

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