Insect cultivation and consumption will transform Stockholm's infrastructure.

Insects have never been big in the typical Western diet. The agricultural revolution dramatically altered modern consumption and transformed the cultural context of our food. Now, as our population booms and food sources become increasingly pressured, another shift is taking place.

Insects are being recognized for their high nutritional value and small carbon footprint. Cricket cultivation is nine times more efficient than that of beef and can even take place in urban factories. Culinary visionaries and other innovators are recognizing the economic and social opportunities that lie within the market.

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