Subject: Sub-categorisation | Consumer acceptance | Insect | Research Paper | Entomophagy
mesheuropmc: fungi | digestive, oral, and skin physiology
Purpose: Lack of acceptance of insects as food is considered a barrier against societal adoption of the potentially valuable contribution of insects to human foods. An underlying barrier may be that insects are lumped together as one group, while consumers typically try... View more
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