Marcel Dicke

Wageningen University

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Professor of Entomology at Wageningen University in the Netherlands and author of The Insect Cookbook: Food for a Sustainable Planet

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The Dutch supermarket group Jumbo has announced it will start selling edible insect products in all its stores next year.

Why Not Eat Bugs for Dinner?

The Dutch supermarket group Jumbo has announced it will start selling edible insect products in all its stores next year.

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At some upscale restaurants in New York and London, grasshoppers, crickets, beetles and spiders are now on the menu.

Why Not Eat Bugs for Dinner?

At some upscale restaurants in New York and London, grasshoppers, crickets, beetles and spiders are now on the menu.

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