European Commission Promotes Insect Consumption For Environmental Sustainability
In a series of tweets last August 12, 2022, the European Commission (EC) started promoting the consumption of insects.
According to the EC, there are three insects authorized as “novel food” in Europe: migratory locusts, house cricket, and yellow mealworm.
It then goes on to add the following to convince people to try insects:
- The FAO [Food and Agriculture Organization] indicates that insects are a highly nutritious and healthy food source. They contain high fat, protein, vitamin, fiber, and mineral content, and can facilitate the shift towards healthy and sustainable diets.
- Eating insects is safe.
- Rearing insects for food has several environmental benefits: high feed conversion efficiency of insects, less greenhouse gas emissions, less use of water and arable lands, use of insect-based bioconversion for reducing food waste
Editor’s Note: Guess which other institution is promoting the consumption of insects to reduce climate change?
Are you ready to eat bugs when the food shortage starts? [See Food Shortages As New Global Health Crises: Another Plot To Control People?, The globalists are telling us what’s next: Food shortage in six months].
Will the Davos crowd accept an insect-inspired menu in their next meeting? Or is this reserved for “lowly citizens”?
Where did the EC find information that consuming insects are safe? Research shows otherwise.
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