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Know How Bugs Can Make Your Peanut Butter Yummy

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Yes! There are bugs in your peanut butter, but the FDA clearly states that you’re only eating their parts. The government’s official Defect Levels Handbook notes an allowed ratio of 30 insect fragments per 100 grams of yummy spreadable. That amounts to approximately 238 fragments in an average (28-ounce) jar of peanut butter. It  happens every day, so there’s no need to call your local pest control specialist.

Bugs actually not injurious for health

bugs with peanut butter

Insects have been on the human menu for as long as mankind has been in the mood for a munch, and they’re a great source of protein. Keep that in mind the next time you put black pepper on your asparagus. The spice weighs in with 475 insect body parts per 50 grams sprinkled over a veggie boasting a 40/100 ratio.

Even chocolate comes with bug baggage numbers averaging 60 fragments per 100 grams. Insects have been on the human menu for as long as mankind has been in the mood for a munch, and they’re a great source of protein.

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Keep that in mind the next time you put black pepper on your asparagus. The spice weighs in with 475 insect body parts per 50 grams sprinkled over a veggie boasting a 40/100 ratio. Even chocolate comes with bug baggage numbers averaging 60 fragments per 100 grams.

You will be safe and hygienic

Insects have been on the human menu for as long as mankind has been in the mood for a munch, and they’re a great source of protein. Keep that in mind the next time you put black pepper on your asparagus. The spice weighs in with 475 insect body parts per 50 grams sprinkled over a veggie boasting a 40/100 ratio. Even chocolate comes with bug baggage numbers averaging 60 fragments per 100 grams.

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