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We asked hundreds of Aussies whether they'd eat insects, and most said yes – so what's holding people back?

By Jessica Danaher, Lecturer in Nutrition, RMIT University
Lisa Newman, Lecturer in Nutrition, RMIT University
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Insects have long been identified as a protein-rich and nutritious food, and are eaten across various cultures outside the West – including across Africa, Asia, and Latin America.The Conversation

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