Nutrinsect:  Aiming at insects for human consumption for the planet's sake

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Nutrinsect expects insect-based foodstuffs to supplement meat to satisfy the ever-growing hunger for protein  

Insects are part of the local diet for many people across Southeast Asia, Africa and Central America, but most westerners recoil at the idea of consuming critters. And so the founders of Italo-Spanish startup Nutrinsect reckon that turning crickets into flour for use in bread and pasta would be an easier product to swallow than cricket crisps.
The startup is farming crickets as an alternative protein. The world needs more sustainable sources of protein than meat, says Nutrinsect’s CEO and CFO for Spain and co-founder José Vidal Obón, and insects is one of the alternative sources scientists...

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