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The protein bars have a perfect balance between proteins, fibers and carbohydrates

A wonderful snack with a high protein content for a mid-meal, which you can enjoy whether you are at work, school, on an excursion or for training.

Let yourself be surprised by this amazing protein bar with pineapple and coconut flavor, orange flavor or cherry flavor and protein content from chicken (cricket) flour.

All sen's snack bar is manufactured in the EU.

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Insects have many of the nutritional benefits that we get from meat and have a climate impact similar to plants. They are tasty, nutritious and sustainable to produce. Insects are very efficient at converting inputs (food and water) into proteins that we can eat. Their so-called feed-conversion ratio is much better than other animal protein sources, as insects are cold-blooded and reproduce very quickly. In comparison with some plant proteins, it can even be argued that insects are more sustainable. For example, the production of soybeans requires a lot of space and water, where insects can be produced vertically.



Protein is an important nutrient required to build, maintain and repair cells in the body. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. There are 20 amino acids and 9 of them are defined as the essential amino acids. The essential amino acids are acids that your body cannot create on its own, but that we must obtain by eating food. So when you eat your daily protein, you should always consider 3 factors: quality, digestibility and quantity. The best kind of protein source contains all 9 essential amino acids (high quality), a lot of protein (quantity) and is easily digested and absorbed by our body (digestibility). insect protein is one of the best protein sources, as they contain all 9 essential amino acids, give us 60-75% protein and have a digestibility of up to 98%. By eating insect meal you get the best protein in a sustainable way.



Fiber is the indigestible parts of plant foods found in vegetables, fruits, grains and legumes. It is a type of carbohydrate that helps keep our digestive systems healthy and clean. Fiber passes through our body undigested and improves the bowels and flushes harmful substances out of our system. However, it is not only plants that contain fiber – insects also contain a significant amount of fiber. The most common form of fiber in insects is chitin, an insoluble fiber derived from the exoskeleton. Chitin is very good for us as it is known to have antibacterial and antifungal properties that provide many potential health benefits.



Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid. This means fats that are important for our body to function and develop. It is good for our brain, eyes and heart. The word essential tells us that nutrients cannot be made in our own body, but that we need to get them through our diet. The most common essential fatty acids are Omega-3 and Omega-6. We get omega-3 from fish and shellfish or flaxseed, and we can get omega-6 from most vegetable oils. Since insects are related to the shellfish world, we get a good amount of healthy fats and Omega-3 from insects.



Iron is an essential mineral that is a vital component of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin represents about two-thirds of the body's iron. If you don't eat enough iron, your body can't make enough healthy oxygen-carrying red blood cells. There are two types of iron: heme iron and non-heme iron. Heme iron is found in animal foods, such as meat, poultry and shellfish. Non-heme iron, on the other hand, is found in plant-based foods such as grains, beans and vegetables. Our bodies absorb iron from animal protein (heme iron) better than iron from plant-based protein (non-heme). This is one reason why a vegetarian is more at risk of developing iron-deficiency anemia than people who eat meat. Edible insects are full of heme iron, so they can be a good source in your diet to ensure you get your daily iron and avoid anemia.


B12 Vitamin

Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps keep nerves and blood cells healthy. It also prevents a type of anemia that can make people tired and weak. You can only find B12 in animal products such as meat, fish, eggs and dairy products. B12 is not normally found in plant foods, but there are fortified foods on the market with added vitamin B12. If you want to make sure you get your daily vitamin B12, then edible insects are a strong source. You can find more vitamin B12 in insects than in other animal products.


Vitamins & minerals

Edible insects are very high in protein, fiber, Omega-3, iron and vitamin B12. But insect meal also contains a lot of other essential vitamins and minerals. This includes vitamins A, D and E and minerals such as calcium, magnesium and zinc. The nutritional profile of insects is almost too good to be true and can provide you with a lot of nutrition in the best quality and quantity.


Frequently asked questions

Are the products vegan or vegetarian?

No, products contain insects and therefore cannot be classified as vegan or vegetarian. However, many vegans and vegetarians they have met accept eating insects as they can help meet important nutritional needs, including vitamin B12 and protein; as they are sustainable to produce; and because there is a high standard of animal welfare and there is no evidence that insects feel pain.


Don't you need a lot of insects to feed people compared to other meat?

Insects are extremely efficient at converting the food they eat into more body mass, which means they grow quickly. hey planet insects come from vertical farms and take up very little space. In this way, it is possible to produce a large amount of insects compared to, for example, beef, which takes extreme amounts of resources.


Are you not destroying nature by taking all the insects from their habitat?

No. The insects are raised on farms and are not taken from the wild. Eating insects compared to many other protein sources actually helps nature as it requires less feed, less water and less land to produce.


Are insects healthy?

Insects are very nutritious, especially when compared to how few resources are needed to produce them.Insects are an animal and therefore the quality of protein is high, with all 9 essential amino acids. This can be a challenge to get enough of if you don't eat any meat. The protein also has a high digestibility.Insects contain vitamin B12, which is difficult to obtain from a plant-based diet, as well as iron, magnesium, calcium and zinc.Insects contain fiber, unlike any other meat.