Edible Insects Are Ready For Prime Time

Aaron Dossey from All Things Bugs

While cost is a barrier – and regulatory issues need ironing out – mainstream food manufacturers are “way more open” to using edible insects than you would think, says the founder of the word’s largest insect-based food ingredient manufacturer, All Things Bugs.

“We’re having conversations with a lot of food manufacturers in baked goods, snacks, protein powders, and even mainstream food manufacturers have been way more open to this than you probably would think.”
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Add Insects To Your Diet… says Huffington Post


Diets at the best of times are always a bit of a struggle and the fact that we can now incorporate insects as a good source of protein, won’t really diminish that pain.

A group of scientists who met this week at the IFT15: Where Science Feeds Innovation, a conference on the science of food, decided that creepy critters could solve the world’s growing demand for protein.

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Bugs on the Menu… From Food Navigator

ift-interviewInsects – the edible variety – were a hot topic at IFT this year. High in protein, low in saturated fat and rich in omega-3, iron, calcium and other nutrients, house crickets are gaining the most traction, although mealworms are also attracting interest, said All Things Bugs founder and CEO Dr Aaron Dossey.

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