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More people are eating bugs – but is it ethical to farm insects for food?

By Matan Shelomi, Associate Professor of Entomology, National Taiwan University
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Insect farming is growing in popularity as an alternative to traditional livestock and feed production. A scholar evaluates what that means in terms of trillions of insect lives.

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