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Bug Grub

Tuesday 7th November / posted by Chris Wheeldon

Simon Beaton spoke with Paula Pownall, the founder of Grubs Up, WA’s first cricket farm. Yes, they are breeding crickets for human consumption! Pownall has a degree in agribusiness from Curtin University and has given us some food for thought. Her mission is  to change the perception of what we consider sources of protein. With products such as Cricket Hazelnut Dukkha, maybe we will all be adding insects to our menus this summer.

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