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Does anyone know of a serious effort to promote the use of insect protein as an alternative to bush meat? I (2 answers)

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Does anyone know of a serious effort to promote the use of insect protein as an alternative to bush meat? I know that entomophagy is in the buzz but what about serious activity for conservation and development? if you have program sites, in particular where insects are raised for protein, please let me know!! thanks! Cay Craig

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    Jul 19, 2012
    http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/011453.html
    This article contains some information on the effort to promote insect protein in Western countries especially. It was written in 2010 so it is a little outdated but it serves as a good starting point. There is talk that the UN Food and Agriculture Organization plans to bring up the insect protein theme to World Congress in 2013. Hope this helps a bit, I will continue to look around and see if there are is any more information that is more up to date.

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    Jul 25, 2012
    les larves de plusieurs insectes ainsi que les insectes adultes constituent une source importante de protéine en Afrique le papillon en particulier, le grillon, les criquets et les sauterelles pour ne citer que ceux-ci
    voici un moyen efficace de consommer de la protéine sans penser à la viande de brousse

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