Worldwide, nearly 2 million people prefer insects to eat. Insects are good food – they are rich in fats, protein, vitamins, and fiber. However, in places like the United States and Europe, consumers are prevented from thinking entomophagy (insects such as cooking).
But that may be different. In 2013, the United Nations released an astonishing report on ‘Insect Eating: Things to Do for Food Safety and Eating. »On the background of the majority of people, food and limited land, and climate change, the report is a strong case for such insects te sustainable stock options. These insects release fewer greenhouse gases than cows or pigs, and increase the amount of bonds that land less. Also good from protein makers. Insects have cold blood, so they spend most of their time in their cells, rather than maintaining body temperature. That means growing a cricket ball, for example, is just 1.7 kilograms of food. For comparison, it may be one kilogram of beef 10 kilograms of food.
The UN report paid particular attention to the introduction of insect repellent and agricultural growth in the United States. Driven by money launderers and praised by news outlets, many food startups started to ride the wave of consumer demand.
Years ago. Today, insect farming is an important part of America – and we wanted to know what happened between then and now. So, we visited two new cricket farms: one in Austin, Texas, and one in Oakland, California. We’ve seen how to run the best businesses today, and we know why the insect of change didn’t really matter. See the video above for all the details.