Three female entrepreneurs started an insect snack business and want to teach the world to eat bugs
If you aren’t following food trends, you may not know that bugs are the new kale.
No, really—eating everything from meal worms to scorpions to crickets is not only a burgeoning health craze, it’s also the potentially next wave of food enthusiasm.
Insects are high in protein, low in fat, and, if prepared with the right touch, can be quite tasty.
Oh, and cultivating bugs might actually help save the planet. It’s arguably the most sustainable way to farm, and chow down on, living creatures.
Only one gallon of water is needed to produce a pound of crickets, for example, as opposed to the 2,000 gallons needed to produce a pound of beef.
Of course, eating bugs isn’t a new trend for the whole of humanity.
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