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An Insect-Serving Restaurant as the First Part of Communication Strategy Promoting Entomophagy in Western World

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Anastasia Shapkina

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Transcript of An Insect-Serving Restaurant as the First Part of Communication Strategy Promoting Entomophagy in Western World

Entomophagy:
TO EAT OR NOT TO EAT En·to·moph·a·gy noun [mass noun]
the practice of eating insects, especially by people. Co To To Je The Guardian asked: "Do you want to see bugs on the menu?" What Your Answer Would Be? Easy to Breed Why is entomophagy the future of nutrition? As population grows up... Global Food Demand is Growing agricultural productivity cannot keep up;
much of this increase will be due to demand for meat Efficiency at converting
feed into protein High Nutritional Value But... Entomophagy is under cultural taboo in Western World Low-Risk Nature Much safer for human nutrition
Insects emit considerably fewer greenhouse gases than most livestock
The ammonia emissions associated with insect rearing are also far lower than those linked to conventional livestock, such as pigs. The number of people will hit 9 bln by the 2050! 58%
YES 42%
NO Which is only a matter of perception... Arthropods like lobster and shrimps, once considered poor-man's food in the West, are now expensive delicacies there.
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