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Turning To Crickets To Fight Malnutrition Turning To Crickets To Fight Malnutrition
  • November 26th, 2014
  • A project to encourage insect farming is underway in Laos, however, it remains to be seen whether insect-eating will take off globally.

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A project to encourage insect farming is underway in Laos, however, it remains to be seen whether insect-eating will take off globally.