Bought in a tin for £25 each, dinner party hosts are spoilt for choice of flavours - from sour cream grasshoppers and bamboo worms to onion dung beetles.
Other baked bug bites on offer include seaweed flavoured scorpions, wasabi crickets and queen weaver ants.
They are lauded as superfoods in the far East for their high levels of protein, fibre and minerals.
But this year, Brits finally caught on as providers saw a leap in online orders in the UK.
Soon the ten-legged, pincered creatures could creep their way into our pub snack bowls or children's lunch boxes, as experts claim bugs have higher nutritional value than nuts or dried fruit.
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£25 for that small can? Awfully expensive bugs.
If I'm going to have to eat bugs I'll catch them myself.