Bugs for Breakfast?

Folks will do anything to get their protein in!

More and more consumers are looking for protein alternatives and insects use less land and emit fewer greenhouse gases, which means they could offer an answer to environmental concerns about farming beef, pork and poultry.

Will we soon see bugs on the menu?

According to the UN, producing a kilogram of crickets takes less than a fifth of the feed needed for the same amount of beef.

The edible insect market (because yes, there’s a market for that) is expected to pass $1 billion by 2023.

Remember that one time Amber made Lauren eat bugs?