Entomophagy-the practice of eating insects-has the potential to help meet the demand for human food and address food insecurities in an environmentally sustainable manner. The realization of the potential of insects as food, however, is not without its challenges. These challenges include the lack of regulation specifically addressing insects as food and the stigma towards the use of insects as food.
Marie C. Boyd,
Cricket Soup: A Critical Examination of the Regulation of Insects as Food,
Yale L. & Pol'y Rev.
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