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  • This start-up makes eating insects sexy
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This start-up makes eating insects sexy

Eating insects could be the future of sustainable food – if people stopped being so grossed out by it. While it's the norm in parts of Asia, entomophagy has a serious image problem in Europe. Start-up Sexy Food is hoping its luxe branding will convert the unbelievers.

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