Coast Cricket Protein Powder – 20g Protein, Low Carbs, Gluten Free, Non-GMO Protein Supplement with Amino Acid, Vitamin B12 and Iron – Keto Friendly, No Sugar Added, 1 Pound (Chocolate)

Upgrade your morning smoothie or post-workout shake with our new delicious Chocolate Cricket Protein Powder. It has a lower impact on the planet than whey and other protein sources, and it has an incredibly clean nutritional profile: Product Features 20G OF CRICKET PROTEIN – Crickets are over 60% protein by weight and are much easier

Upgrade your morning smoothie or post-workout shake with our new delicious Chocolate Cricket Protein Powder. It has a lower impact on the planet than whey and other protein sources, and it has an incredibly clean nutritional profile:

Product Features

  • 20G OF CRICKET PROTEIN – Crickets are over 60% protein by weight and are much easier for the human body to digest. Coast protein powder are packed with 20g of protein, 4g of fiber and are low in carbs.
  • PACKED WITH NUTRITION – Coast cricket protein supplements are not only high fiber and loaded with protein, but also contain all 9 essential amino acids and are nutritionally dense with Vitamin B12, Iron, Magnesium and Calcium.
  • REAL FOOD INGREDIENTS – Made only with simple, real food ingredients that you can pronounce. Coast protein powder is all natural and made without any artificial flavors and 0g added sugar. Add Coast to your protein shake or protein smoothie recipe! It’s also Keto Friendly!
  • MADE IN CANADA – Coast cricket protein powders are sourced locally in Canadian farms and made with healthy ingredients that are great for your body and the environment. Each cricket protein powder comes in resealable 1lb bag and is Gluten free, Soy free, Dairy free and Non-GMO
  • CRICKETS ARE THE NEW SUPERFOOD – Are crickets the next protein superfood? Crickets have 3x the amount of protein as beef and require a lot less resources to produce 1lb of protein than beef. Beef protein requires 2,000x more water and 12x more fee to produce 1lb of protein, which is why crickets are one of the most sustainable protein sources on the planet.