Current food production systems are not sustainable in a global perspective.
The struggle to mitigate the effects of land clearing for agricultural use, loss of natural habitats, global warming, use of pesticides and health and welfare issues in animal production systems will continue unless major changes are made.
Due to the high resource efficiency and good nutritional value of insects, insect rearing for entomophagy seems to fit perfectly with a modern food production system.
Would you like to know more? Read more about insects as food in a research report: Insects as Food – Something for the Future?