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Snack Spotlight: Exo Savory Meal Bars

 

 
Whether you’re on the trail or getting off the track, Exo’s Savory Meal bars will satisfy with salt over sugar. Made with the same minimally-processed cricket flour and real food ingredients that Exo is known for, our genius three-Michelin-starred chefs have dreamed up these bars to fulfill all your ultimate umami cravings. High in protein and ultra-low in sugar, they hit the sweet spot--without the sweetness.

For those days when you can’t get to the nearest smokehouse, our Barbecue bar packs the same hearty punch of seasoning as your favorite rub. Satisfy your meat craving without the messy fingers.

The Mango Curry bar blends real coconut and mango with the tang of tamarind and aromatic spices. It's all the comfort of your favorite curry, compacted.

Our Mediterranean bar brings you all the flavors of Greece without the international flight. Made with real food ingredients like olives, tomatoes and sesame seeds, this bar will send your taste buds on holiday. BYO red wine.

 

 

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About the company:

They arrived in two shoebox-sized containers. And they were very, very loud. We wanted to find out if we could make a food product using insects that actually tasted good. Armed with Google research, a vague recipe for cricket flour, an oven, and a blender, it was time to walk the walk...

Gabi had created a basic protein bar recipe while on his own quest to make a snack both healthy and delicious, prompted by his frustration at the nutrition-taste tradeoff marring everything commercially available. The idea to add insects came when Greg, one of Gabi’s five college roommates, attended a conference at MIT on the breakdown of global systems that sparked a conversation about insects’ tremendous environmental benefits relative to other food sources. He intuitively understood that only by combining insects with something more familiar—protein bars, for example—could people here be convinced to eat them. Read More

 

 

 

Company: Exo, Inc.
Brand: Exo
Origin: USA
Category: Protein Bar
Packaging: 2.1 oz (60 g) x 12 bars per box
Claims: Gluten Free. No Soy. No Dairy
Variants: View Full Range Here
Price: $36.00
Where to Buy: Buy Online
Website: exoprotein.com

 

 

 

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Snack Spotlight: Exo Cricket Flour Bar Sampler Pack

 

 
Package contains 1 bar each of Cacao Nut, PB&J, Blueberry Vanilla, Apple Cinnamon.
Free shipping to anywhere in the US.
Exo makes nutrient-dense real food bars, designed by a three-Michelin-starred chef. We combine minimally-processed cricket flour protein with ultra-premium ingredients for a bar without compromise. No gluten, grain, soy, dairy or refined sugars. Perfect as a meal-replacement, healthful snack, or pre/post exercise. Sustainable fuel for the explorers among us.

Cacao Nut -- Who doesn't love chocolate? This bar tastes just like that brownie you crave without any of the junk. Boasting an exceedingly simple ingredient list with nothing you can’t pronounce, Cacao Nut is the perfect primal snack. Try pairing it with your favorite coffee for the an afternoon pick-me-up.

PB&J -- An adult homage to the childhood classic. We combine peanut butter with whole strawberries and toasted gluten-free oats to nail that nostalgic flavor. One bite will bring you back (but this time it’s actually good for you).

Blueberry Vanilla -- We combine juicy blueberries with vanilla, almond butter and sea salt to deliver a not-too-sweet treat bursting with flavor and packed with protein. Equally suited to breakfast on the run or as energy for the trail.

Apple Cinnamon -- Fresh from the orchard, this recipe takes that time-tested combination of apples and almond butter to the next level--with a little cinnamon spice for good measure. A soft, chewy, dense package of essential energy and nutrients.
 

 
INGREDIENTS

Cacao Nut
INGREDIENTS: Almonds, Dates, Coconut, Honey, Cricket Flour (Acheta Domesticus), Cacao Nibs, Cacao Powder, Ground Flaxseeds, Vanilla Extract, Sea Salt.Contains almonds, coconut. If you have a crustacean shellfish allergy, you may be allergic to crickets.

PB&J
INGREDIENTS: Peanuts, Strawberries, Apricots, Cricket Flour (Acheta Domesticus), Gluten-Free Oats, Ground Flaxseeds, Puffed Brown Rice (Rice Flour, Rice Bran, Raisin Juice Concentrate, Honey, Salt), Honey, Vanilla Extract, Sea Salt.
Contains peanuts. If you have a crustacean shellfish allergy, you may be allergic to crickets.

Blueberry Vanilla
INGREDIENTS: Almonds, Apricots, Blueberries (Blueberries, Apple Juice Concentrate), Strawberries (Strawberries, Apple Juice Concentrate), Cricket Flour (Acheta Domesticus), Honey, Ground Flaxseeds, Coconut, Vanilla Extract, Sea Salt. Contains almonds, coconut. If you have a crustacean shellfish allergy, you may be allergic to crickets.

Apple Cinnamon
INGREDIENTS: Almonds, Plum Paste (Plum Juice Concentrate, Plums), Apricots, Apple Paste (Apple Juice Concentrate, Apple Puree Concentrate), Cricket Flour (Acheta Domesticus), Honey, Apples, Ground Flaxseeds, Coconut, Vanilla Extract, Spices, Sea Salt. Contains almonds, coconut. If you have a crustacean shellfish allergy, you may be allergic to crickets.
 

 

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WHY INSECTS

Health
Insects are exceptionally nutritious. They are high in protein and low in saturated fats and sugars. They are a complete protein, containing all the essential amino acids, and are also high in micronutrients such as iron, calcium and B-vitamins. Crickets, for example, contain substantially more iron than beef.

Sustainability
Insects have marginal environmental impact. They produce virtually no methane, reproduce extremely quickly, and require minimal feed, water and space.It is estimated that crickets are 20x more efficient to raise for protein than cattle. Read More

 

 

 

 

About the company:

They arrived in two shoebox-sized containers. And they were very, very loud. We wanted to find out if we could make a food product using insects that actually tasted good. Armed with Google research, a vague recipe for cricket flour, an oven, and a blender, it was time to walk the walk...

Gabi had created a basic protein bar recipe while on his own quest to make a snack both healthy and delicious, prompted by his frustration at the nutrition-taste tradeoff marring everything commercially available. The idea to add insects came when Greg, one of Gabi’s five college roommates, attended a conference at MIT on the breakdown of global systems that sparked a conversation about insects’ tremendous environmental benefits relative to other food sources. He intuitively understood that only by combining insects with something more familiar—protein bars, for example—could people here be convinced to eat them. Read More

 

 

 

 

Company: Exo, Inc.
Brand: Exo
Origin: USA
Category: Protein Bar
Packaging: 2.1 oz (60 g) x 12 bars per box
Claims: Gluten Free. No Soy. No Dairy
Variants: View Full Range Here
Price: $13.00
Where to Buy: Buy Online
Website: exoprotein.com

 

 

 

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Snack Spotlight: Exo Cacao Nut Protein Bar

 

Made with cricket flour

 

 

 

INGREDIENTS:
Almonds, Dates, Coconut, Honey, Cricket Flour (Acheta Domesticus), Cacao Nibs, Cacao Powder, Ground Flaxseeds, Vanilla Extract, Sea Salt.

Contains peanuts and crickets.
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WHY INSECTS

Health
Insects are exceptionally nutritious. They are high in protein and low in saturated fats and sugars. They are a complete protein, containing all the essential amino acids, and are also high in micronutrients such as iron, calcium and B-vitamins. Crickets, for example, contain substantially more iron than beef.

Sustainability
Insects have marginal environmental impact. They produce virtually no methane, reproduce extremely quickly, and require minimal feed, water and space.It is estimated that crickets are 20x more efficient to raise for protein than cattle. Read More

 

 

 

 

About the company:

They arrived in two shoebox-sized containers. And they were very, very loud. We wanted to find out if we could make a food product using insects that actually tasted good. Armed with Google research, a vague recipe for cricket flour, an oven, and a blender, it was time to walk the walk...

Gabi had created a basic protein bar recipe while on his own quest to make a snack both healthy and delicious, prompted by his frustration at the nutrition-taste tradeoff marring everything commercially available. The idea to add insects came when Greg, one of Gabi’s five college roommates, attended a conference at MIT on the breakdown of global systems that sparked a conversation about insects’ tremendous environmental benefits relative to other food sources. He intuitively understood that only by combining insects with something more familiar—protein bars, for example—could people here be convinced to eat them. Read More

 

 

Company: Exo, Inc.
Brand: Exo
Origin: USA
Category: Protein Bar
Packaging: 2.1 oz (60 g) x 12 bars per box
Claims: Gluten Free. No Soy. No Dairy
Variants: View Full Range Here
Price: $36.00
Where to Buy: Buy Online
Website: exoprotein.com

 

 

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Snack Spotlight: Exo Protein Bar – Peanut Butter and Jelly

 

 

Made with cricket flour

 

WHY INSECTS

Health
Insects are exceptionally nutritious. They are high in protein and low in saturated fats and sugars. They are a complete protein, containing all the essential amino acids, and are also high in micronutrients such as iron, calcium and B-vitamins. Crickets, for example, contain substantially more iron than beef.

Sustainability
Insects have marginal environmental impact. They produce virtually no methane, reproduce extremely quickly, and require minimal feed, water and space.It is estimated that crickets are 20x more efficient to raise for protein than cattle. Read More

 

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INGREDIENTS: Peanuts, Strawberries, Apricots, Cricket Flour (Acheta Domesticus), Gluten-Free Oats, Ground Flaxseeds, Puffed Brown Rice (Rice Flour, Rice Bran, Raisin Juice Concentrate, Honey, Salt), Honey, Vanilla Extract, Sea Salt.

Contains peanuts and crickets.

 

 

About the company:

They arrived in two shoebox-sized containers. And they were very, very loud. We wanted to find out if we could make a food product using insects that actually tasted good. Armed with Google research, a vague recipe for cricket flour, an oven, and a blender, it was time to walk the walk...

Gabi had created a basic protein bar recipe while on his own quest to make a snack both healthy and delicious, prompted by his frustration at the nutrition-taste tradeoff marring everything commercially available. The idea to add insects came when Greg, one of Gabi’s five college roommates, attended a conference at MIT on the breakdown of global systems that sparked a conversation about insects’ tremendous environmental benefits relative to other food sources. He intuitively understood that only by combining insects with something more familiar—protein bars, for example—could people here be convinced to eat them. Read More

 

 

Company: Exo, Inc.
Brand: Exo
Origin: USA
Category: Protein Bar
Packaging: 2.1 oz (60 g) x 12 bars per box
Claims: Gluten Free. No Soy. No Dairy
Variants: View Full Range Here
Price: $36.00
Where to Buy: Buy Online
Website: exoprotein.com

 

 

 

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