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Don't Bug Out—the Market for Edible Insects Is Jumping

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A report released earlier this week says crickets and other insects are going to have their moment.
2019/07/01 14:42
the global industry for edible insects, sold whole or in a smoothie-ready powder, will grow from sales of $1 billion to $8 billion, according to a report from Barclays and Meticulous Research.
2019/07/01 14:43