Bakery creates insect bread
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Cheshire bakery creates bread made with crickets

A bakery is using ground-up crickets in its bread.

Each of the loaves at Roberts Bakery in Northwich, Cheshire, includes more than 300 dried crickets mixed into the flour.

A 2013 UN report suggested eating insects could help boost nutrition and reduce pollution.

  • 01 Dec 2019
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