HNewsWire: For years, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has advocated for the introduction of "healthy diets" and "sustainable" foods, such as insects, into the global food chain in order to preserve the world.
These self-proclaimed future designers are advocating for a food system reset in order to reduce the environmental effect of present food production and end global hunger. They're attempting to persuade people to eat bugs.
According to AFP News, a South African chemical engineer named Wendy Vesela discovered techniques to turn spiky green and black caterpillars into flour that may be used in cookies, delicious chocolate protein bars, cereals, or smoothies.
Vesela claimed that eating edible bugs and worms is a "healthier protein alternative."
People are apprehensive to consume insects, but when mashed up and put into a protein bar or other meals, she claims they are "very wonderful."
Pizza with Worms
Chocolate made with worms
Mpho Tshukudu, a dietician, told AFP that eating insects is a superior source of protein.
"It contains a lot of protein, vital lipids, and minerals, notably iron. It has more iron than the most costly steak "Tshukudu explained.
Vesela intends to grow her company as the demand for edible insects rises due to inflation, which makes meat costly for many.
With record-high food costs and impending food shortages, the Rockefeller Foundation has warned of a "major, urgent food disaster."
"This is a systematic push to convince people to eat bugs rather than animal protein," one commentator on AFP's post said.
We agree with the commenter and would want to add:
you will own nothing and eat insects