New ways to make food are coming—but will consumers bite?
WHAT’S FOR dinner? The answer matters, at every level. Food connects the personal to the planetary. ...
Commentary: It’s about time insects became part of menus in Singapore
As people become more aware of the climate impact of meat consumption, one source of protein is a go...
Feeding 9bn people will mean reimagining the edible world
OVER LATE afternoon Cutty Sark and fried haddock at a bar overlooking the working waterfront in Port...
Eating insect protein could cut European carbon footprint substantially
Researchers at the University of Helsinki and LUT University, Finland, have analyzed the extent to w...
The edible insects coming to a supermarket near you
A number of firms are now farming locusts and mealworms for human consumption.
Insect protein has great potential to reduce the carbon footprint of European consumers
The use of insects as food for humans and animals has both the potential to reduce European consumer...
More people are eating bugs, but is it ethical to farm insects for food?
What is the life of a cricket worth?
The Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie innovations: mealworm snack packs, in-mouth robots, drone weeding and more
There are many areas in which Australia could combine its creative smarts, raw materials and manufac...