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  • Making bugs sexy enough for Brits to eat
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Making bugs sexy enough for Brits to eat

According to a UN report, 2 billion people worldwide consider eating insects a delicacy, or even a food staple. But a study by Canadean found that while 40% of the UK population would be willing to try insects, only 6% would consider eating them regularly.



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