The buzz on edible insect regulations

Edible insects are regarded as a good source of protein, and studies indicate that insect farming is less harmful to the environment than conventional livestock farming. These combined factors are driving heightened interest in the edible insect category. 

Yet while the global market is forecast to reach USD 17.6 billion by 2032, the regulatory landscape lacks clarity and harmony. Our regulatory experts are monitoring the situation closely and share the latest insights in this whitepaper.

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