Which section of the article highlights the idea that insects are eaten around the world?
"Insects Are Easier On The Environment Than Livestock"
"FDA Is OK With Crickets"
Figuring Out The Logistics Of Farming Insects"
"Millions Of Bugs Needed"
Which of the following BEST supports the idea that eating insects is better for the environment than eating meat?
Food must also be produced, packaged, stored and transported under sanitary conditions.
They pack a powerful protein-filled punch into a small, low-calorie package.
They retool their farms to produce frozen insects, which are better for grinding into cricket flour.
It takes just a single gallon of water to raise a pound of cricket protein.
Which statement would be MOST important to include in an objective summary of the article?
Rather, the conversations are now about the logistics of farming insects for humans to eat.
Some of these snacks have made it to shelves of national grocery stores such as Whole Foods Market.
Bachhuber and other entomophagy fans see plenty of reasons to talk Americans into loving bugs.
As the newly formed North American Edible Insect Coalition gathered for its first meeting in May, many people thought that it was headed to Washington.
As the newly formed North American Edible Insect Coalition gathered for its first meeting in May, many people thought that it was headed to Washington. Please select all that are true. You may select more than one.
But before Americans start regularly chowing down on cricket tacos and mealworm-flour-filled cookies, there are many hurdles the insect industry will first need to clear.
Farmers say that discussions with large companies are no longer about the grossness of eating insects.
Farmers focus on transparency in their production, creating policies on cleanliness and bacterial testing.
"No one wants to be shipping millions of live crickets and have a semi-truck turn over," Bachhuber jokes.
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