EU green-lights two more insect species for use as food

Two more bug species are now allowed in food throughout the European Union: Acheta domesticus, also known as the house cricket, and Alphitobius diaperionus, also known as the lesser mealworm.

The EU gave the green light recently for citizens of member countries to eat these creepy critters as food. This aligns with the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) plan to phase out animal products consumption for commoners, who are to be turned into human-like cattle owned and controlled by the “elite” globalists.

Mealworms can now be frozen, processed as paste, dried, or turned into powder for use in commercial food items. The same goes for house crickets, which are the globalists’ preferred form of protein for their subjects.

In a press release announcing these two approvals, EU leaders emphasized that it is still “up to consumers to decide whether they want to eat insects or not.” These bug-based options serve as an “alternative source of protein” when eggs and dairy products, which are becoming more expensive and harder to get, are unavailable or unaffordable.

When consumed at approved “use levels,” these bug products “do not pose any risk to human health,” according to EU leader.

Food safety is the top priority for the commission,” said a spokesman for the European Commission about the recent approval.

Rich and powerful globalists will of course never eat bugs – this is all just for the human cattle. They will continue to fly around on their private jets while gorging on super-expensive delicacies, while you and your family dig mealworms out of the garden for your dinner plate.

If a billion people stop eating animal products, I tell you, it has a big impact,” said Jim Hagemann Snabe, chairman of the Germany manufacturer Siemens, during a recent panel on climate change at the WEF’s annual meeting in Davos.

I predict we will have proteins not coming from animal products in the future, they will probably taste even better. They will be zero carbon and much healthier than the kind of food we eat today, that is the mission we need to get on.”

Already, some schools in Wales, the Netherlands, and elsewhere are serving up insect-based so-called “foods” to schoolchildren. This is how they are priming the next generation to accept this agenda – all while claiming it is necessary to combat “climate change” and “global warming.”

Conversely, last year’s United Nations COP27 climate conference in Egypt saw the elite served fancy plates containing beef, chicken, and salmon – showing they are not so concerned about the climate after all.

Meat analogues such as imitation meat, cultured meat, and insects may help in the transition to more healthy and sustainable diets,” reads a 2018 report by the UN.

In the comments, someone rightfully pointed out that there is a very good reason why humans have never traditionally consumed bugs.

It is only a matter of time before people everywhere are suffering from intestinal parasites,” this person wrote. “There’s a reason humans don’t eat insects.”

Then they will lie to us and say it’s common to suffer from intestinal diseases,” responded another.


March 10, 2023



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