Entomophagy: Edible Insects and the Future of Food
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Entomophagy: Edible Insects and the Future of Food
Insects as a protein alternative and solution to our world's food crisis.
Curated by Ana C. Day
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Safety of Novel Protein Sources (Insects, Microalgae, Seaweed, Duckweed, and Rapeseed) and Legislative Aspects for Their Application in Food and Feed Production

Safety of Novel Protein Sources (Insects, Microalgae, Seaweed, Duckweed, and Rapeseed) and Legislative Aspects for Their Application in Food and Feed Production | Entomophagy: Edible Insects and the Future of Food | Scoop.it

M. van der Spiegel,M.Y. Noordam,H.J. van der Fels-Klerx


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Jacques Mignon's curator insight, October 22, 2013 3:11 AM
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety

Volume 12, Issue 6, pages 662–678, November 2013

 

Part abstract: "Novel protein sources (like insects, algae, duckweed, and rapeseed) are expected to enter the European feed and food market as replacers for animal-derived proteins. However, food safety aspects of these novel protein sources are not well-known. The aim of this article is to review the state of the art on the safety of major novel protein sources for feed and food production, in particular insects, algae (microalgae and seaweed), duckweed, and rapeseed. "

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Quelle place pour les farines animales dans notre chaîne alimentaire ? par Vincent Baeten | Liege Creative, 03.10.13

Depuis le début de la crise de la vache folle, la problématique du recyclage et de l’utilisation des farines animales en alimentation animale se pose.


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