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Bitty Foods
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About Bitty Foods
Bitty Foods is a company on a mission to make insect based foods a mainstream part of the western diet.  Using Cricket flower as a base for delicious baked goods they are spreading the word about the benefits of incorporating insects as a protein source.
Once you get over any mental qualms you may have about eating insects you can easily see the global benefits of insect protein vs our mainstream varieties.  The basis for this view is confirmed by the UN which has reported that greenhouse gasses may be reduced by 18% and food costs reduced by 33% if insects are incorporated on a global level.


Megan Miller, the founder, and her team have packed their baked goods with the finest ingredients avoiding the use of grains, soy, corn, legumes, dairy, and refined sugars. 
Currently they have 3 main products including: Chocolate cardamom cookies, chocolate chip cookies, and the proprietary blend of Bitty Baking flower.
The ingredients for the cookies consist of TCHO cocoa powder, cardamom, coconut oil, low glycemic-index coconut sugar, coconut oil, raw sugarcane and dark chocolate chips.  The flower is made up of Cassava flour, cricket flour, coconut flour, tapioca starch, and xanthan gum.
All products incorporate cricket flower as their protein source.

Is it safe?

Crickets are closely related to shrimp and may have some of the same allergenic properties.  If you have a shellfish allergy you should avoid cricket based products.

Customer Service:

Bitty Foods is currently accepting pre-orders with a ship time of about 4-6 weeks.  If you need to reach customer service you can contact them through their website or at

Online Reviews/Complaints:

There is a lot of media buzz surrounding Bitty Foods, especially after Megan’s successful Ted Talk. The articles have been overwhelmingly positive praising the ecological benefits of cricket flour and the manner in which they have been incorporated into tasty treats.

Competitors and Alternatives:

There are more and more companies beginning to either play around with or focus exclusively on making cricket flour based treats.  Some of the more popular ones include, Shark Tank contestants, Chapul and Exo bars.

Where to buy:

The best place to get Bitty Foods products is through their website.  They are working on getting their treats placed in progressive retail stores so you may see them at your local whole foods/health foods store at some point.
If you’ve had a chance to taste Bitty Foods treats or flour please leave your review below.
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