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  • The protein-focused insect snack bar
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The protein-focused insect snack bar

What's the best way to get a protein boost? Eating a 14oz steak? Downing a Maximuscle shake? Or nibbling on a few crickets? The designers behind the Jungle Bar – which uses crickets as an alternative protein source – hope that the power of protein will convince skeptics to eat insects.

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