Agriculture, alimentation et boissons

Les insectes arrivent dans nos assiettes

Gabriela Soto washes cricket larvae to cook them at the insect farm for human consumption, as her husband biologist Federico Paniagua promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects, as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food in Grecia, Costa Rica, June 22, 2019. Pictures taken June 22,2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate - RC1CDB16A4B0

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Tristan Gaudiaut
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