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ASPIRE CO-FOUNDER & CEO MOHAMMED ASHOUR AND CISCO EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN JOHN CHAMBERS AGREE THAT EDIBLE INSECTS IS THE ANSWER TO THE WORLD’S FOOD PROBLEMS

Insect consumption is widely seen as an important solution in helping to feed the growing population, expected to reach over 9 billion by 2050. Surprisingly, insects are consumed by over 80% of people today in non-western countries. Global Bugs is sure that insects will be an important alternative source of protein for the future where protein levels are at about 70% in crickets. There…

CRICKETS – FROM INSECTS TO FOOD REVOLUTION

Business development is significantly easier in Thailand compared to the neighbouring countries as it serves as a dynamic gateway to a fast growing economic market in Asia with exceptional governmental support and ease of doing business among emerging economies in East Asia. Global Bugs is promoted by the Board Of Investment (BOI), which operates under…

EU AGREES ON INSECT PROTEIN FOR AQUAFEED

IPIFF, the European Umbrella Organisation representing the interests of the Insect Production sector for Food and Feed – welcomed the ‘green light’ given by EU Member States on the authorisation of insect proteins as fish feed.The EU Member States representatives endorsed a European Commission proposal which was discussed today in a meeting of the EU…