Eating insects is largely well known in countries in Asia and is not exactly mainstream. Some risk-taking European and American restaurants have trialled that the delicacy, but many people would not eye up a giant centipede and find it appetising.
The use of insects as an alternative protein and food source has been consistently in the limelight in recent years with advocates citing sustainability and health benefits, leading to a plethora of start-ups focusing on the sector, but just how viable is its growth potential in APAC?
EUROPA bi uskoro mogla doživjeti prijeloman trenutak u području gastronomije. Naime, za nekoliko tjedana očekuje se da će Europska agencija za sigurnost hrane podržati industriju proizvodnje i obrade kukaca tako što će odobriti prodaju kukaca i proizvoda od njih za prehranu ljudi. To znači da će se prvi put u prodaji pronaći ogroman broj jestivih…
Edible Insects Most Probably Coming To European Supermarkets Shortly This means that for the very first time, there’ll be a massive raft of edible insects available across European nations and new opportunities in the food market.
Those federal regulators determined the EU law didn’t discriminate to animals used for food. Because of this, a plethora of insect-based goods are located in Dutch, British, Belgian and Finnish supermarkets. Approximately 500 tonnes of insect-based meals for human consumption is generated each year.
Edible insects catch on as the latest trend to hit foodservice, with the distributor carving out a path with a new partner
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Insects are healthful, healthy alternatives to mainstream staples like poultry, steak, pork and even fish! What is more, they have a lot smaller ecological footprint compared to livestock.
When some may feel a shiver down their spine when they examine them, others view the future: pests. In Asian countries, the small crawling animals have ever been regarded as a fine food and therefore are on the menu. Many startups have found this food choice for themselves and are currently hoping to convince the…
The European Commission published yesterday a ‘New ♻️ Action Plan’ – an important element of the European. Supporting the transition from linear to circular business models, this strategy will play a key role in cutting down EU’s, while the soon-to-be-launched 🍽️ will include an EU target on reduction. In line with the waste hierarchy, farming has…