I am ready to bite a bug. Where can I place my order?

Almost anywhere. Eighty percent of people on Earth include insects as a regular part of their diet. That means you’ll find bugs on the menus in every continent – even North America. The Insectarium, a museum infested with insects (kept safely in displays) in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A., serves an assortment of buggy treats, including “Chocolate Chirp Cookies” baked with dry-roasted crickets. Or you can search online for Larvets, an extra-crunchy snack festively packaged in three tasty-sounding varieties: barbecue, cheddar cheese, and Mexican spice. The secret ingredient: farm-raised insect larvae from Hotlix, makers of “original candy that bugs.” Other crunchy Hotlix treats include Scorpion Suckers and Cricket Lick-Its.


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