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These representative articles from journals across many disciplines illustrate the range of the topic, from food safety considerations to nutrition to cultural bias. To locate more articles, see the section on Databases and Catalogs.
Caterpillar cereal as a potential complementary feeding product for infants and young children: nutritional content and acceptability. Melissa Bauserman, Adrien Lokangala, Kule-Koto Kodandi, Justin Gado, and others. Maternal & child nutrition, v. 11 (S4), Dec. 2015: 214-220.
Edible insects in a food safety and nutritional perspective: a critical review.Simone Belluco, Carmen Losasso, Michela Maggioletti, and others. Comprehensive reviews in food science and safety, v. 12 (3), May 2013: 296-313.
Insects as food in indigenous populations. Gene DeFoliart. In Ethnobiology: Implications and applications. Proceedings of the First International Congress of Ethnobiology, Belém, 1988. Belém, Brazil, The Museum, 1990. v. 1. p. 151-158.
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