Crickets. The closest thing to a perfect protein source this planet has ever seen. Turn these sustainable wonders into powder, add wholesome ingredients like apples and almonds, and you’ve got some damn delicious fuel. Most of the world has joined the bug-eating revolution—we’re here to convert the rest.

Future Forward

Global Popularity

80% of the world already feasts on crickets daily.

So, what makes them so popular? For starters, they produce virtually no methane and require minimal feed, water and space compared to traditional protein sources. They’re also nutritionally balanced and down right delicious.

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Maximum Nutrition, Minimal Resources

Feed usage is one of the most resource-intesive parts of livestock farming.

60 lbs protein

Crickets

30 lbs protein

Chicken

15 lbs protein

Pork

5 lbs protein

Beef

Crickets require a tiny fraction of the water that cows do to make the same amount of protein.

Crickets 1 Gallon

Chickens 567 Gallons

Pigs 800 Gallon

Cows 2000 Gallon

Crickets produce 1% of the greenhouse gases that cows produce.

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Cows

Crickets

Complete Protein

Balanced Nutrition

Crickets are a complete protein source, containing all the essential amino acids.

Crickets also contain over twice as much iron than spinach.

Protein-rich

Cricket flour is more than half protein by volume. See how they stack up to other protein sources:

Cricket Flour 65%

Beef Jerky 33%

Chicken 23%

Salmon 22%

Egg 12%

Naturally Tasty

Unrivaled Flavor

Crickets are delicious any way you spin them- fried, salthered or baked to perfection.

At Exo, we flash freeze, roast, and mill them into a super fine powder. The taste is subtle, adding a smooth nutty flavor to our bars.

Exo bars are formulated by a three-Michelin-star chef. We take the most nutritious protein, add whole ingredients, and blend to make damn good fuel.