How many crickets does it take to change a light bulb?
We have no idea.
But it takes 40 to make an Exo bar.
Exo protein bars are packed with dates, oats, honey, nuts, flaxseed and—cricket flour.
Crickets are high in protein, omega-3 fatty acids and B-vitamins. They supply essential amino acids, more iron than beef, and about as much calcium as dairy. Easy on the environment: unlike cattle, they produce virtually no methane, reproduce quickly, require minimal water and don’t need grazing land.
Founders Greg Sewitz and Gabi Lewis made their first protein bar from crickets when roommates at Brown. That first batch: meh. Over time, they taste-tested their way to adding almonds, dates, honey and cacao nibs.
And they partnered with a three-Michelin-starred chef.
We love the bars. Flavors are balanced, with no cloying sweetness. Blueberry Vanilla, Cocoa-Nut, PB&J, and Apple Cinnamon; each with 10g of protein.
Ready for cricket power?