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In my first blog, “Animal welfare in insect farms”, I discussed why insect farming is more sustainable than livestock farming. On 17th of January 2015 an article “Are those edible bugs actually sustainable?” was released on MacLean’s website. 700 more words
Large-scale industrial insect farming is a relatively new industry and is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. There are a few industrial size insect farms starting around the world that are rearing insects, mainly for fish feed, but some products are also popping up little by little for human consumption as well. 1,073 more words
The world’s population is on the rise, with future prospects indicating that the global population would hit 9 billion people by the year 2050 while that of Africa is set to hit 1 billion people by 2025. 440 more words
People gathered in many countries around the world Thursday to draw attention to the growing global food crisis.
World Food Day is designed to get people to give real thought to global hunger and consider meaningful ways in which they can help. 706 more words