Eco Insect Farming Thailand produces organic cricket flour for your baked goods

March 31, 2016 by  
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The edible insect market has been evolving in recent years. In May 2013, The FAO issued a report named ‘Edible Insects: Future Prospects for Food and Feed Security’ that addressed the growing demand for proteins and the declining availability of resources. One proposed solution is to focus on under-utilized or under-appreciated food sources, such as edible insects, which could help us meet the future global demand for food. After all, edible insects are already used as a common source of food in many countries in the world. After reading the FAO’s report, French entrepreneur Raphael Samozino felt the immediate need to be involved in this race to promote new protein sources. He has been in the niche edible insect market since 2014 when he launched his startup EIF Thailand in the northern city of Chiang Mai. Read the rest of Eco Insect Farming Thailand produces organic cricket flour for your baked goods

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With Plug-Ins and Hybrids Dominant, Is Diesel Dead in the U.S.? | Popular Mechanics

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This year’s LA Auto Show is buzzing with real-life and concept hybrid and all- electric cars . But in the clean diesel corner, the crickets were chirping.

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