WAS ALREADY ON EDIBLE INSECTS FOR SALE IN ANCIENT!
Did you know that the sale of insects was a common practice on the Greek markets of antiquity? Indeed, they regularly ate locusts and cygales dipped in honey to give them a sweet taste, a practice that continued later, the Romans. At the time, it was not uncommon to find insects at banquets of aristocrats, they were sometimes fed grapes and soaked in wine to give them a festive taste ... Here is proof that we n 'have invented nothing and that the sale of edible insects existed long before our era! So go ahead and try the experience, you will see, it's divine!
Whole dried locust (Locusta migratoria), stabilizer (acacia gum), seasoning preparation [iodized table salt, herbs (thyme, oregano), spices (pepper, paprika), dextrose, citric acid E 330, garlic, onions, natural flavor].
Nutrition declaration / per 100g:
Energy: 2114kJ / 506 kcal; Fats: 29,7g of which saturates: 9.2g; carbohydrates: 10,9g of which sugars: 1.4g; Proteins: 48,8g; salt: 6.7 g.