MetcalUser Guide Edible Insects-Future Prospects For Food And Feed Security

@inproceedings{Muir2013MetcalUserGE,
  title={MetcalUser Guide Edible Insects-Future Prospects For Food And Feed Security},
  author={A. Muir},
  year={2013}
}
Edible insects have always been a part of human diets, but in some societies there remains a degree of disdain and disgust for their consumption. Although the majority of consumed insects are gathered in forest habitats, mass-rearing systems are being developed in many countries. Insects offer a significant opportunity to merge traditional knowledge and modern science to improve human food security worldwide. 

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