Why insects are the missing link in our food system

Eating insects can be a part of the solution to our planet’s growing food and climate crises.

Throughout our history, humans around the world have consumed these protein and nutrient-rich creatures. This hasn’t been widely adopted as part of modern Western diets, however things may be changing.

A growing number of consumers in the West are now embracing entomophagy, or insect-eating.

Video by Seth Coleman
Commissioning producer: Griesham Taan

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Source: BBC

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