The EU has cleared the way for insects to be sold as food. Insect farms and even some bakeries are seizing the moment. Our reporter is checking out Germany's largest mealworm farm.
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Mealworms, whole or as powder in pasta, have become the first insect-based food approved by the EU's food safety watchdog. The EU Commission has yet to endorse the decision.
Eating insects is common among many communities around the world. Could DNA barcoding help protect them and culinary traditions for future generations?
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Switzerland is holding a referendum that could result in a total ban on synthetic pesticides. But environmentalists, farmers and agrochemical companies are at odds over a potential switch to organic agriculture.
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