Fazer in Helsinki claims to be first retailer in world to supply insect bread, which incorporates about 70 crickets floor up into flour
A Finnish bakery has launched what it claims to be the world’s first insect-based bread to be provided to shoppers in shops.
The bread, made utilizing flour floor from dried crickets in addition to wheat flour and seeds, has extra protein than regular wheat bread. Every loaf incorporates about 70 crickets and prices €Three.99 (£Three.55), in contrast with €2-Three for a daily wheat loaf.
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