Insects as food and feed: European perspectives on recent research and future priorities

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Payne, Charlotte; Dobermann, D; Forkes, A; House, J; Josephs, J; McBride, A; Müller, A; Quilliam, RS; Soares, S;

This paper discusses the current state and priorities of Europe-based research on insects as food and feed, based on presentations at a workshop held in December 2015, and discussions that followed. We divide research into studies that focus on farming, health and nutri... View more
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