Getting past the "ick factor": Insects now sold in mainstream groceries

Jumbo supermarkets, a prominent national chain in the Netherlands, announced the addition of insects to its shelves this week. Stores in Groningen and Haren will offer these products immediately, with an additional 400 locations following suit in early 2015. Products include "buggy balls", "buggy...

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