Dutch firm Protix is breeding maggots to use as sustainable animal food ingredients.
Hemp, a non-psychoactive relative of cannabis, is touted online as a miracle plant that could save us from environmental destruction and dietary destitution. But should we take claims of its powers with a pinch of salt?
As meat-addicted dogs and cats threaten to eat us to extinction, some pet food startups are pioneering sustainable puppy snacks based on high-protein, low-emission insects.
Insects live in abundance in every part of world except the sea, which covers more than 70 percent of the Earth's surface. So why is it that this tenacious species has failed to colonize the marine environment?
Maggot cheese and mouse wine are just some of the 80 foods on display. While many come for a shock, the museum's director tells DW he hopes visitors will realize that disgust is in the eye — or stomach — of the beholder.
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