Exhibitor press release: FIRST, THERE WERE POTATO CHIPS AND SALTY NUTS. THEN CAME PARTY BUGS!
Two billion people already eat this delicious superfood called insects. Insects contain plenty of proteins, vitamins, healthy fats, and antioxidants. Still, they are almost free from unhealthy fats and carbohydrates that are common in traditional Western party snacks.
Party Bugs is the world’s first edible insect product line 100% branded as party snacks. Party Bugs invites people to come together, enjoy their life and have a good time with their friends. Saving planets comes as a bonus.
Party Bugs has a passion for tasty, healthy, exciting, and sustainably produced snacks. The recipes and taste are the keys to selling food. Still, recipes have too often been neglected by insect food companies primarily focused on marketing their products with environmental and health benefits. After analyzing all the major edible insect snack products on the market, Party Bugs decided to make everything better, starting from recipes. The result is 12 delicious snacks that easily beat the traditional snacks with their mouth-watering tastes. Come and try yourself!
Party Bugs superior insect snack recipes for roasted crickets and mealworms, fun with friends, the coolest product design on the market, and affordable prices are the three key factors to create the market-winning craving for Party Bugs.
Party Bugs is all about food, friends, and a good time. Surprise your friends and put the new and exciting snack from Finland on the party table.
Party Bugs is for everybody and every party. Finely designed Party Bugs products fit all parties ranging from bars, restaurants, and nightclubs to movies, festivals, sports events, and home parties.
Eating healthier and saving the planet has never been this fun!
Party Bugs is a start-up. Besides delighting visitors with their delicious products, they are looking for distributors and investors.
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