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How we got into world of insect farming

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It also has a good clientele market that absorbs the excess insects for incorporation into pet foods that are available in local supermarkets.

How we got into world of insect farming

By Jayne Rose Gacheri | 3 months ago

Congo looks to insect farming in fight against hunger

Congo looks to insect farming in fight against hunger

There is no shortage of protein in Kinshasa’s Gambela Market, from cows to antelope and snakes. But it is the blue and silver bowls brimming with twitching crickets, termites and slithering mealworms that do the briskest trade.

Aaron Ross | 6 years ago

Congo looks to insect farming in fight against hunger

There is no shortage of protein in Kinshasa’s Gambela Market, from cows to antelope and snakes. But it is the blue and silver bowls brimming with twitching crickets, termites and slithering mealworms that do the briskest trade.

Aaron Ross | 6 years ago

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