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Edible insects Future prospects for food and feed security

  

Edible insects Future prospects for food and feed security

Edible insects Future prospects for food and feed security

This book draws on a wide range of scientific research on the contribution that insects make to ecosystems, diets, food security and livelihoods in both developed and developing countries.

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