Edible Bugs Gift Pack

Edible Bugs Gift Pack

Posted October 4, 2013 at 5:00pm
by Yoav Levytam
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Bugs are all around us. They suck our blood, invade our houses, and steal our cheese. They scare many people, but really when you get down on their level they're quite beautiful. And tasty. Really, around the world, many people eat insects - and many think eating insects is the thing of the future. They're healthy, abundant, and quite yummy - especially when they're seasoned. Time to share the bugs, with this Edible Bugs Gift Pack.

Seven different bugs await your teeth, tongue, dares, and palate in this Edible Bugs Gift Pack. Each tin contains one type of insect in the most appropriate flavors possible. Each is delicious, even the Sour Cream & Onion Dung Beetles because they just sound so foul, yet taste so good. Really, the Edible Bugs Gift Pack makes the perfect gift for the person who is in need of a present. Mom's birthday coming up? Get her a Edible Bugs Gift Pack. Christmas? Edible Bugs Gift Pack. Super Bowl Party? Edible Bugs Gift Pack!

Features
● Seven different buggy snacks, each in its own tin.
● A great gift for people you like (if they like bugs) or people you hate (if they hate bugs) or people you like (if they hate bugs) or people you hate (if they like bugs).
● All insects are regularly lab tested and undergo professional food processing and packing to ensure food safety and quality.
● Manufacturing facility is registered with Thai FDA (Food & Drug Administration) and the US FDA and has passed
● GMP (Good Food manufacturing). All individual food products are tested and registered with FDA.
● No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.


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martinsin - April 9, 2018 at 1:00pm
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