Edible crickets are among the praised insects that are gaining recognition as human food and livestock feed with a potential of contributing to food security and reduction of malnutrition. Globally, the sustainable use of crickets as food or feed is undermined by lack of information on the number of the edible crickets, the country where they are consumed, and the developmental stages consumed.
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Yes. Crickets are a highly nutritious food source that is rich in protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats and it’s very bio-available. Humans have been eating insects for a very long time and are considered very healthy. Please note: If you are allergic to shellfish, you may be allergic to insects.
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From crunchy cricket chips to nutty black soldier fly grubs, "Edible Insects" leaps across cultural and culinary boundaries to explore the insect food industry and how it could benefit our health...
From crunchy crickets to nutty fly grubs, NOVA takes a tasty look at insect foods and how they could benefit our health and our warming planet. Airing: 10/20/21. Expires: 11/17/21. Rating: TV-PG.