Insects for food?
Around the world two billion people eat insects on a regular basis. The current hotbeds — or should we say, hot pots — of consumption include Latin America, central Africa and Southeast Asia. As we look for new ways to feed a burgeoning global population, will entomophagy spread to other corners of the globe?
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Originally posted on ensia.com
Infographic design by Anna Egelhoff, Research by John Sisser, Writing by Todd Reubold