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So go grab a coffee, and move to your favorite armchair for some Ento-filled news!
Edible Insects on every corner of the planet!!
Is has been a great month for edible insects in the news, from Australia to Costa Rica or from Israel to Colombia! Then, passing by Italy, Switzerland and the United States!
An Entrepreneur(ess) in Sydney is supplying bugs to local restaurants, after gaining recognition on Shark Tank. Her aim is to raise awareness of edible insects and their benefits.
(Article in Spanish)
The Institute of Food Technologists in Costa Rica has developed a competition called Solutions Development and the winners this year involved a lot of edible insects!
This startup is taking a new approach in the market and using grasshoppers in protein shakes and delivering to the ever-protein hungry fitness industry.
(Article in Spanish)
A look at what is happening in some of the countries that are struggling to get insects into the food market: Colombia and Switzerland.
Edible Insects, like in the above article, are still struggling to be accepted throughout the world. And sometimes this ends in confusion…
Yes, this is one small step back for a Edible Insects, one giant leap back for foods of the future: Italian authorities seized all insect products from the Belgian and Dutch pavilions.
Insects could be legally for sale in Swiss supermarkets starting next year, after the federal food safety and veterinary office (BLV) proposed the commercialization of three insect species.
A video/article combination on 7 important reasons people should be eating insects.
The aim of Pestaurant is to raise awareness around the health benefits of eating insects! They have returned bigger and better this year, appearing in 12 different countries worldwide!
At each venue they have served a range of edible insects and pest inspired treats, including roasted mealworms and locusts, scorpion lollipops and local pest dishes.
Wageningen Academics keeps feeding the us with amazing papers like these three below:
Our french peers from MICRONUTRIS are aiming for 500.000 Euros.
Invenire is crowdfunding this report so it is easy for anyone to get access to it, and help support it from the ground up.
We are so grateful to this amazing marketing & commercialization Agency for have chosen our Edible Insects Industry for this report and for supporting 4ento so we can continue to give edible insects a voice!
Go to Indiegogo to support this report and participate in the future of edible insects or Pre-order your First mover copy – the 5 first contributors receive a 20% discount!
Help us create the first and most in-depth Edible Insect industry report. Any contribution is welcome.
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