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SWISS-FOOD/
RTS30B8X
January 31, 2020
Insect snack bags containing freeze-dried grasshoppers, dried crickets and dried mealworms are displayed...
Zurich, Switzerland
Insect snack bags are displayed at an exhibition stand of Swiss Essento Food AG in Zurich
Insect snack bags containing freeze-dried grasshoppers, dried crickets and dried mealworms are displayed at an exhibition stand of Swiss Essento Food AG at a fair in Zurich, Switzerland January 31, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-FOOD/
RTS30B8T
January 31, 2020
A box containing Essento Protein insect bars with cricket flour is displayed at an exhibition stand of...
Zurich, Switzerland
Essento Protein insect bars are displayed at an exhibition stand of Swiss Essento Food AG in Zurich
A box containing Essento Protein insect bars with cricket flour is displayed at an exhibition stand of Swiss Essento Food AG at a fair in Zurich, Switzerland January 31, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-FOOD/
RTS30B8S
January 31, 2020
An insect snack bag containing dried crickets is displayed at an exhibition stand of Swiss Essento Food...
Zurich, Switzerland
Insect snack bag is displayed at an exhibition stand of Swiss Essento Food AG in Zurich
An insect snack bag containing dried crickets is displayed at an exhibition stand of Swiss Essento Food AG at a fair in Zurich, Switzerland January 31, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NJX
October 01, 2019
Prepared crickets are pictured in the house of biologist Federico Paniagua, who is promoting the ingestion...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Prepared cricket are pictured in the house of biologist Paniagua in Grecia
Prepared crickets are pictured in the house of biologist Federico Paniagua, who is promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food, in Grecia, Costa Rica, July 13, 2019. Picture taken July 13 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NIU
October 01, 2019
Biologist Federico Paniagua eats a cricket during lunch while promoting the ingestion of a wide variety...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Biologist Federico Paniagua eats a cricket during lunch in Grecia
Biologist Federico Paniagua eats a cricket during lunch while promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food, in Grecia, Costa Rica, July 13, 2019. Picture taken July 13 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NHF
October 01, 2019
Biologist Federico Paniagua, gives a cooked cricket to his daughter, during lunch with his family as...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Biologist Federico Paniagua, gives a cooked cricket to his daughter, during lunch with his family as...
Biologist Federico Paniagua, gives a cooked cricket to his daughter, during lunch with his family as his is promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects, as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food in Grecia, Costa Rica, June 22, 2019. Picture taken June 22, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NHE
October 01, 2019
Abigail daughter of biologist Federico Paniagua, eat a cricket larva, as he is promoting the ingestion...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Abigail daughter of biologist Federico Paniagua, eat a cricket larva, as he is promoting the ingestion...
Abigail daughter of biologist Federico Paniagua, eat a cricket larva, as he is promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects, as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food in Grecia, Costa Rica, July 13, 2019. Picture taken July 13 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NGS
October 01, 2019
Cooked crickets are pictured in the house of the biologist Federico Paniagua who is promoting the ingestion...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Cooked crickets are pictured in the house of the biologist Federico Paniagua who is promoting the ingestion...
Cooked crickets are pictured in the house of the biologist Federico Paniagua who is promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects, as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food in Grecia, Costa Rica, July 13, 2019. Picture taken July 13, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NGR
October 01, 2019
Gabriela Soto cooks cricket, as her husband biologist Federico Paniagua is promoting the ingestion of...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Gabriela Soto cooks cricket, as her husband biologist Federico Paniagua is promoting the ingestion of...
Gabriela Soto cooks cricket, as her husband biologist Federico Paniagua is promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects, as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food in Grecia, Costa Rica, June 22, 2019. Picture taken June 22,2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NGP
October 01, 2019
Cooked cricket larvae are pictured in the house of the biologist Federico Paniagua who is promoting the...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Cooked cricket larvae are pictured in the house of the biologist Federico Paniagua who is promoting the...
Cooked cricket larvae are pictured in the house of the biologist Federico Paniagua who is promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects, as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food in Grecia, Costa Rica, June 22, 2019. Picture taken June 22,2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NGH
October 01, 2019
A cooked cricket for human consumption is pictured in the house of the biologist Federico Paniagua who...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
A cooked cricket for human consumption is pictured in the house of the biologist Federico Paniagua who...
A cooked cricket for human consumption is pictured in the house of the biologist Federico Paniagua who is promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects, as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food in Grecia, Costa Rica, June 22, 2019. Picture taken June 22,2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NGB
October 01, 2019
Gabriela Soto cooks cricket larvae, as her husband biologist Federico Paniagua promoting the ingestion...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Gabriela Soto cooks cricket larvae, as her husband biologist Federico Paniagua promoting the ingestion...
Gabriela Soto cooks cricket larvae, 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. Picture taken June 22,2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NGA
October 01, 2019
Gabriela Soto cooks cricket larvae, as her husband biologist Federico Paniagua promoting the ingestion...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Gabriela Soto cooks cricket larvae, as her husband biologist Federico Paniagua promoting the ingestion...
Gabriela Soto cooks cricket larvae, 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
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NG9
October 01, 2019
Gabriela Soto washes cricket larvae to cook them at the insect farm for human consumption, as her husband...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Gabriela Soto washes cricket larvae to cook them at the insect farm for human consumption, as her husband...
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
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NG2
October 01, 2019
Cricket larvae are pictured in the insect farm for human consumption of the biologist Federico Paniagua,...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Cricket larvae are pictured in the insect farm for human consumption of the biologist Federico Paniagua,...
Cricket larvae are pictured in the insect farm for human consumption of the biologist Federico Paniagua, as he is promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects, as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food in Grecia, Costa Rica, June 22, 2019. Picture taken June 22,2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NG1
October 01, 2019
Cricket larvae are pictured in the insect farm for human consumption of the biologist Federico Paniagua,...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Cricket larvae are pictured in the insect farm for human consumption of the biologist Federico Paniagua,...
Cricket larvae are pictured in the insect farm for human consumption of the biologist Federico Paniagua, as he is promoting the ingestion of a wide variety of insects, as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food in Grecia, Costa Rica, June 22, 2019. Picture taken June 22,2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
FINLAND-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX3JPGD
November 23, 2017
Flour ground from dried crickets and crickets in jars, for the first mass-delivered bread made of insects,...
Helsinki, Finland
Flour ground from dried crickets and crickets in jars, for the first mass-delivered bread made of insects,...
Flour ground from dried crickets and crickets in jars, for the first mass-delivered bread made of insects, are seen at the Finnish food company Fazer bakery in Helsinki, Finland November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
JAPAN-INSECTRAMEN/
RTX34VB4
April 10, 2017
A chef places worms and crickets on a noodle as he serves 'insect tsukemen' noodle at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant...
Tokyo, Japan
A chef places worms and crickets on a noodle as he serves 'insect tsukemen' noodle at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant...
A chef places worms and crickets on a noodle as he serves 'insect tsukemen' noodle at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant in Tokyo, Japan April 9, 2017. Picture taken on April 9, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
JAPAN-INSECTRAMEN/
RTX34VB2
April 10, 2017
Crickets in a pot are seen after being cooked as a soup for 'insect tsukemen' at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant...
Tokyo, Japan
Crickets in a pot are seen after being cooked as a soup for 'insect tsukemen' at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant...
Crickets in a pot are seen after being cooked as a soup for 'insect tsukemen' at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant in Tokyo, Japan April 9, 2017. Picture taken on April 9, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
JAPAN-INSECTRAMEN/
RTX34VAU
April 10, 2017
An 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets is placed on a customer's table...
Tokyo, Japan
An 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets is placed on a customer's table...
An 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets is placed on a customer's table at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant in Tokyo, Japan April 9, 2017. Picture taken on April 9, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
JAPAN-INSECTRAMEN/
RTX34VAR
April 10, 2017
A customer takes pictures of an 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets 'Ramen...
Tokyo, Japan
A customer takes pictures of an 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets 'Ramen...
A customer takes pictures of an 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant in Tokyo, Japan April 9, 2017. Picture taken on April 9, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
JAPAN-INSECTRAMEN/
RTX34VAQ
April 10, 2017
A customer smiles as she eats an 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets...
Tokyo, Japan
A customer smiles as she eats an 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets...
A customer smiles as she eats an 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant in Tokyo, Japan April 9, 2017. Picture taken on April 9, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
JAPAN-INSECTRAMEN/
RTX34VAP
April 10, 2017
An 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets is placed on a customer's table...
Tokyo, Japan
An 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets is placed on a customer's table...
An 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets is placed on a customer's table at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant in Tokyo, Japan April 9, 2017. Picture taken on April 9, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
JAPAN-INSECTRAMEN/
RTX34VAO
April 10, 2017
A customer eats an 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets at 'Ramen Nagi'...
Tokyo, Japan
A customer eats an 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets at 'Ramen Nagi'...
A customer eats an 'Insect tsukemen' ramen noodle topped with fried worms and crickets at 'Ramen Nagi' restaurant in Tokyo, Japan April 9, 2017. Picture taken on April 9, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SOUTHKOREA-INSECTS/
RTSMT0R
August 12, 2016
Edible crickets are pictured at a edible insects farm in Hwaseong, South Korea, August 10, 2016. Picture...
HWASEONG, South Korea
Edible crickets are pictured at a edible insects farm in Hwaseong
Edible crickets are pictured at a edible insects farm in Hwaseong, South Korea, August 10, 2016. Picture taken August 10, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EHV6
May 27, 2016
Anthony Hatinger, co-founder of Detroit Ento, a start-up turning locally sourced insects into food products,...
Detroit, USA
Anthony Hatinger holds freeze-dried edible crickets in his hand during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring...
Anthony Hatinger, co-founder of Detroit Ento, a start-up turning locally sourced insects into food products, holds freeze-dried edible crickets in his hand during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EHV3
May 27, 2016
REFILE - CORRECTING TYPO IN LAST NAME Anthony Hatinger, co-founder of Detroit Ento, a start-up turning...
Detroit, USA
Anthony Hatinger holds freeze-dried edible crickets in his hand during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring...
REFILE - CORRECTING TYPO IN LAST NAME Anthony Hatinger, co-founder of Detroit Ento, a start-up turning locally sourced insects into food products, holds freeze-dried edible crickets in his hand during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EGKB
May 27, 2016
Gabi Lewis (L) and Greg Sewitz wear their t-shirts promoting crickets as food while attending the 'Eating...
Detroit, USA
Gabi Lewis and Greg Sewitz wear their t-shirts promoting crickets as food at Wayne State University in...
Gabi Lewis (L) and Greg Sewitz wear their t-shirts promoting crickets as food while attending the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EGKA
May 27, 2016
Anthony Hartinger, co-founder of Detroit Ento, a start-up turning locally sourced insects into food products,...
Detroit, USA
Anthony Hartinger holds freeze-dried edible crickets in his hand during the 'Eating Insects Detroit:...
Anthony Hartinger, co-founder of Detroit Ento, a start-up turning locally sourced insects into food products, holds freeze-dried edible crickets in his hand during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EGK5
May 27, 2016
Robert Allen, co-founder of the Austin, Texas based Little Herds, a non-profit founded to educate the...
Detroit, USA
Robert Allen, co-founder of Little Herds, holds freeze-dried crickets between his teeth in Detroit
Robert Allen, co-founder of the Austin, Texas based Little Herds, a non-profit founded to educate the public about the benefits of insects as food and feed, holds freeze-dried crickets between his teeth during a 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EGK1
May 27, 2016
Robert Allen, co-founder of Texas-based Little Herds, a non-profit founded to educate the public on the...
Detroit, USA
Robert Allen holds edible freeze-dried crickets between his teeth during a 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring...
Robert Allen, co-founder of Texas-based Little Herds, a non-profit founded to educate the public on the benefits of insects for food and feed, holds edible freeze-dried crickets between his teeth during a 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EGJX
May 27, 2016
Robert Allen, co-founder of Little Herds, a nonprofit educational program promoting the use of insects...
Detroit, USA
Robert Allen holds a edible freeze-dried cricket between his teeth during a 'Eating Insects Detroit:...
Robert Allen, co-founder of Little Herds, a nonprofit educational program promoting the use of insects for food and feed, holds a edible freeze-dried cricket between his teeth during a 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EGJU
May 27, 2016
A bowl of edible freeze-dried crickets is displayed during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the...
Detroit, USA
A bowl of edible freeze-dried crickets is displayed during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the...
A bowl of edible freeze-dried crickets is displayed during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EGJD
May 27, 2016
An attendee wears a 'Crickets are the new kale' t-shirt during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring...
Detroit, USA
An attendee wears a 'Crickets are the new kale' t-shirt during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring...
An attendee wears a 'Crickets are the new kale' t-shirt during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EGJ3
May 27, 2016
Gabi Lewis (L) and Greg Sewitz wear their t-shirts promoting crickets as food while attending the 'Eating...
Detroit, USA
Gabi Lewis and Greg Sewitz wear their t-shirts promoting crickets as food at Wayne State University in...
Gabi Lewis (L) and Greg Sewitz wear their t-shirts promoting crickets as food while attending the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
USA-EDIBLEBUGS/
RTX2EGJ0
May 27, 2016
Anthony Hartinger, co-founder of Detroit Ento, a start-up turning locally sourced insects into food products,...
Detroit, USA
Anthony Hartinger holds freeze-dried edible crickets in his hand during the 'Eating Insects Detroit:...
Anthony Hartinger, co-founder of Detroit Ento, a start-up turning locally sourced insects into food products, holds freeze-dried edible crickets in his hand during the 'Eating Insects Detroit: Exploring the Culture of Insects as Food and Feed' conference at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDB6
February 27, 2015
Packets of "HiSo"snacks are offered to foreign tourists during a promotion event in central Bangkok February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Packets of "HiSo"snacks are offered to foreign tourists during a promotion event in central Bangkok
Packets of "HiSo"snacks are offered to foreign tourists during a promotion event in central Bangkok February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY TRAVEL)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDB0
February 27, 2015
Schoolgirls pose after getting packets of "HiSo" snacks during a promotion event in central Bangkok February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Schoolgirls pose after getting packets of "HiSo" snacks during a promotion event in central Bangkok
Schoolgirls pose after getting packets of "HiSo" snacks during a promotion event in central Bangkok February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDAZ
February 27, 2015
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to passers-by during a promotion event in central Bangkok February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to passers-by during a promotion event in central Bangkok
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to passers-by during a promotion event in central Bangkok February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDAY
February 27, 2015
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to motorcycle taxi drivers during a promotion event in central Bangkok...
Bangkok, Thailand
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to motorcycle taxi drivers during a promotion event in central Bangkok...
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to motorcycle taxi drivers during a promotion event in central Bangkok February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDAO
February 27, 2015
A worker prepares deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Worker prepares deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
A worker prepares deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDAA
February 27, 2015
Workers sort and package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs...
Bangkok, Thailand
Workers sort and package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs...
Workers sort and package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDA7
February 27, 2015
Pattitarn Tongsiri is silhouetted in his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Tongsiri is silhouetted in his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
Pattitarn Tongsiri is silhouetted in his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9W
February 27, 2015
Pattitarn Tongsiri holds a toy of one of mascots at his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's...
Bangkok, Thailand
Tongsiri holds toy of one of mascots at his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs...
Pattitarn Tongsiri holds a toy of one of mascots at his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9Q
February 27, 2015
A worker sorts deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Worker sorts deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
A worker sorts deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9M
February 27, 2015
A worker sorts worms in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street...
Bangkok, Thailand
Worker sorts worms in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
A worker sorts worms in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9J
February 27, 2015
A worker packages bags of "HiSo" snacks in a factory in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors...
Bangkok, Thailand
Worker packages bags of "HiSo" snacks in a factory in Bangkok's suburbs
A worker packages bags of "HiSo" snacks in a factory in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9H
February 27, 2015
Workers package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Workers package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
Workers package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
NETHERLANDS-INSECTS/
RTR3PG1O
May 16, 2014
Insect breeder Margje Calis shows a box of crickets used for human consumption at the Kreca breeding...
Ermelo, Netherlands
Insect breeder Margje Calis shows a box of crickets used for human consumption at the Kreca breeding...
Insect breeder Margje Calis shows a box of crickets used for human consumption at the Kreca breeding facility in Ermelo April 4, 2014. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
FRANCE/
RTX19EZV
February 24, 2014
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France,...
SAINT ORENS DE GAMEVILLE, France
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France, February 24, 2014. According to Micronutris, the company is the only firm in Europe that raises insects for human consumption. The insects are sold live, dehydrated or rendered into a flour-like powder for use in pastries. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTX19EZ7
February 24, 2014
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France,...
SAINT ORENS DE GAMEVILLE, France
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France, February 24, 2014. According to Micronutris, the company is the only firm in Europe that raises insects for human consumption. The insects are sold live, dehydrated or rendered into a flour-like powder for use in pastries. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTX19EZ2
February 24, 2014
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France,...
SAINT ORENS DE GAMEVILLE, France
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France, February 24, 2014. According to Micronutris, the company is the only firm in Europe that raises insects for human consumption. The insects are sold live, dehydrated or rendered into a flour-like powder for use in pastries. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTX19EZ0
February 24, 2014
An employee eats a cricket at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France,...
SAINT ORENS DE GAMEVILLE, France
An employee eats a cricket at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville
An employee eats a cricket at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France, February 24, 2014. According to Micronutris, the company is the only firm in Europe that raises insects for human consumption. The insects are sold live, dehydrated or rendered into a flour-like powder for use in pastries. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTX19EYQ
February 24, 2014
An employee works at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France, February...
SAINT ORENS DE GAMEVILLE, France
An employee works at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville
An employee works at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France, February 24, 2014. According to Micronutris, the company is the only firm in Europe that raises insects for human consumption. The insects are sold live, dehydrated or rendered into a flour-like powder for use in pastries. The sign on the wall reads, "Hatchery for crickets." REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTX19EYB
February 24, 2014
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France,...
SAINT ORENS DE GAMEVILLE, France
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville
An employee inspects crickets at the Micronutris plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France, February 24, 2014. According to Micronutris, the company is the only firm in Europe that raises insects for human consumption. The insects are sold live, dehydrated or rendered into a flour-like powder for use in pastries. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
FRANCE/
RTX19EY4
February 24, 2014
An employee holds up a cricket at the Micronutris' plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France,...
SAINT ORENS DE GAMEVILLE, France
An employee holds up a cricket at the Micronutris' plant in Saint Orens de Gameville
An employee holds up a cricket at the Micronutris' plant in Saint Orens de Gameville, southwestern France, February 24, 2014. According to Micronutris, the company is the only firm in Europe that raises insects for human consumption. The insects are sold live, dehydrated or rendered into a flour-like powder for use in pastries. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
ASHES-CRICKET/
RTX16U03
December 26, 2013
Flies can be seen on the back of England batsman Joe Root during the first day of the fourth Ashes cricket...
Melbourne, Australia
Flies can be seen on the back of England batsman Joe Root during the first day of the fourth Ashes cricket...
Flies can be seen on the back of England batsman Joe Root during the first day of the fourth Ashes cricket test against Australia at the Melbourne cricket ground December 26, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
FRANCE/
RTX1636B
December 04, 2013
Janick Fetard, zoo keeper, gives a cricket to a tamarin monkey at the family-owned Palmyre Zoo in the...
LA PALMYRE, France
Janick Fetard, zoo keeper, gives a cricket to a tamarin monkey at the family-owned Palmyre Zoo in the...
Janick Fetard, zoo keeper, gives a cricket to a tamarin monkey at the family-owned Palmyre Zoo in the 18 hectares (44 acres) pine forest of Les Mathes, in the Charente Maritime region, western France, November 20, 2013. The private zoo which opened in 1966 greets up to 800,000 visitors a year and is home to around 1,700 animals of 170 different species. Zoo keepers annually nourish the animals with 250 tons of fodder, 50 tons of meat, 20 tons of fish, 180 tons of fresh fruit and vegetables. Two full-time veterinarians are in charge of the health and well-being of the animals. The Palmyre Zoo participates in 40 European breeding programmes and provides funding for the conservation of endangered species. Picture taken November 20, 2013. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTX14JAG
October 22, 2013
Cricket handlers stimulate their cricket's antennae using a straw stick to make the insects fight each...
Hefei, China
Cricket handlers stimulate their cricket's antennae using a straw stick to make the insects fight each...
Cricket handlers stimulate their cricket's antennae using a straw stick to make the insects fight each other during a game in a community in Hefei, Anhui province, October 20, 2013. Cricket fighting is a traditional Chinese sport that has been played for over 1,000 years. Picture taken October 20, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ECUADOR/
RTX14E1S
October 16, 2013
Assistant researcher for living amphibians Marco Rossi looks at vivariums of crickets, worms and other...
Quito, Ecuador
Assistant researcher Rossi looks at vivariums of crickets, worms and other insects that are raised to...
Assistant researcher for living amphibians Marco Rossi looks at vivariums of crickets, worms and other insects that are raised to feed frogs, at the Jambatu Center for Research and Conservation of Amphibians in Quito October 15, 2013. The Jambatu Center manages some 40 species of amphibians, and has run successful breeding programmes for some critically endangered species. Picture taken October 15, 2013. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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