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Sustainable Protein from Insects: Trending New Industry – Get The Facts:

With historic levels of biodiversity loss and an ever-increasing human population, it is even more important to reduce human consumption from the earth and its ecosphere. Current sources of protein are unsustainable. Already 70% of agricultural land, 30% of the land on earth, is used for livestock. Diversification of our food supply is critical for food security. This article will

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Advice for moving the insect industry forward in developing nations, and world-wide, to benefit the natural environment, economy, and food security.

By Dr. Aaron T. Dossey: President, Founder, and Owner of All Things Bugs LLC (a for profit biotech firm) and Founder of Invertebrate Studies Institute (a 501c3 nonprofit). Submitted on February 16, 2022, in response to Reference Number: RFI no. 7200AA22R00008 – USAID/USDA Understanding Global Insect Production RFI (For the PDF version click here) Copyright Aaron Todd Dossey, February 15,

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Farm raised insects such as crickets are grown at very clean indoor farms. Many common foodborne pathogens do not seem to be present at these farms to date: or example, in one study Salmonella, Staph, E. coli and Listeria were not found in samples of the following commercially farmed cricket and mealworm species: (Zoophobas morio, Tenebrio molitor, Galleria mellonella, and

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How can we make the world more sustainable 1

Farm raised insects such as crickets are grown at very clean indoor farms. Many common foodborne pathogens do not seem to be present at these farms to date: or example, in one study Salmonella, Staph, E. coli and Listeria were not found in samples of the following commercially farmed cricket and mealworm species: (Zoophobas morio, Tenebrio molitor, Galleria mellonella, and

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How can we make the world more sustainable

Farm raised insects such as crickets are grown at very clean indoor farms. Many common foodborne pathogens do not seem to be present at these farms to date: or example, in one study Salmonella, Staph, E. coli and Listeria were not found in samples of the following commercially farmed cricket and mealworm species: (Zoophobas morio, Tenebrio molitor, Galleria mellonella, and

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