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The worm has turned: how British insect farms could spawn a food revolution

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An exciting article in the Guardian on the increase in bug production in the UK.

It talks about the UK’s 1st cricket farm in Cumbria, a partnership by the eatgub guys and Howard Bell.

The article mentions Edible bug farm who farm mealworms. The Brighton Bug Boys who are working on modular, phone box-sized insect farms that can be connected together to make larger facilities. Jiminy’s Cricket Farm in Northampton who is also looking to produce cricket flour.

I hope they get the all clear for their cricket farm as it could lead to lower cricket flour prices which is good for everyone.

Read the full article here