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Insect City Utopia: Inside the 'Cricket Reactor'
Posted by Jen Stout · October 23, 2016 8:54 AM
Jakub Dzamba did not stop at a consumer-friendly countertop farm, but has imagined whole urban landscapes that have the mass production of edible insects built in to their fabric, with heat, warmth, waste and sustainability all addressed. As is often the case with new design and architecture, it's feels simultaneously like far-fetched science fiction, and something that's just around the corner. Dig deeper →
Er det ulovligt at spise insekter?
Der er mange love og regler, der styrer hvad man må sælge som madvarer. Og når det kommer til at insekter, så er disse love slet ikke up-to-date, så der er en del gråzoner. See all posts →
North America's entomophagists are teaming up
Posted by Jen Stout · July 11, 2016 10:10 PM
For the North American Edible Insects Coalition (NAEIC), the tide is turning: The era of ‘Gross, bugs!’ is giving way to curiosity and enthusiasm. It’s a critical time in this fast-growing industry. Dig deeper →
"In supermarkets by the end of the year" – a chat with Crobar
Posted by Jen Stout · February 21, 2016 7:08 PM
In a market full of energy bars, one stands out from the crowd: it's got a very special ingredient. Speaking to BUGSfeed, Crobar's founder Christine Spliid tells of the gamble involved in launching a cricket-based snack. Dig deeper →
From shrub to tub: can palm-dwelling weevils help tackle hunger?
Posted by Jen Stout · February 18, 2016 9:36 PM
It could be the food of the future – with no fans at the French Riviera. Can the mass production of palm weevil larvae solve hunger and malnutrition in Ghana? Dig deeper →
Could eating insects be illegal?
There are lots of laws and regulations governing what can be sold as food. Laws around insects haven't caught up yet, so sometimes it's a grey area. See all posts →
Eating insects is nothing new – but it's also the future. Still, many of us find it disgusting. We’re on a mission to find out more – not to sell you anything. Share our curiosity and join us in exploring a taste of insects!
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Bug of the Week (22)
Delicious honey with no sting: the perfect bee? Meet our BUG OF THE WEEK. Read →
Brug BUGS i under-visningen
"Fascinerende, underholdende, lærerig. Genial for større børn." Sådan skriver Filmmagasinet EKKO i deres anmeldelse af dokumentarfilmen BUGS. Ekstra Bladet supplerer: “Oplagt som pensum i folkeskolens ældre klasser.” Læs →
BUGS er jo en dansk film, derfor har vi her på BUGSfeed lavet en masse aritkler på dansk — og om Danmark.Artikler