Scientists at home and abroad are looking to the natural world with the hope of finding solutions to end global hunger. One possible one is entomophagy, that’s a fancy word for eating insects. Students at Cornell University have developed a food product made of mealworm protein known as C-fu. Joining us from Cornell University is Chief Operating Officer of C-fu Foods, Lee Cadesky.
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Lee Cadesky discusses how insects could solve hunger
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