Part 2 in Edible Insects for Food and Feed Series: Overview of insect farming; Where, What Species and Areas for Future Research | Food Climate Research Network (FCRN)

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Submitted by wendylumcgill on 11 Jul 2016 – 1:25pm.
This is the second post in the blog-series on Insects for Food and Feed by Wendy Lu McGill who is a PhD candidate at the National University of Ireland at Galway’s Plant and Agribiosciences Centre (link is external). She is using a research for development perspective to examine political, cultural and regulatory aspects of how insect farming could work in practice in places where insect eating is most common, while comparing it to how insect farming is operating in the Global North as a novel food production practice. In her first blog-post of the series she focused on insect farming for human consumption, this post discusses insect farming more in detail with a breakdown by region and in her next post she will focus more on insects for feed and regulations and consumer perception of insects as food.

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