According to Ann-Katrin Tottie a Swedish “food expert” “Not all food will be available in the future” and she describes the “food transformation” we are living through by using the same language that is used by the World Economic Forum Lancet and the UN:

“The most central thing in human life food is undergoing a huge transformation right now and thinking about what will be on our plates and how it got there is exciting to say the least.”…”Alternative proteins such as insects lab-grown meat and new technologies such as producing proteins from carbon dioxide and water will be a complement on our plates in 18 years but not be the main source of protein. “[1]

According to the Elite the World Economic Forum and the European Commission the future of our food is in the bugs.

Of course it makes sense considering that they are fabricating food shortages and that the Elite are experts at “controlled demolition” so much so that if you do some search on the internet you find that “coincidentally” we had a lot of food processing plants which were destroyed with one having suffered an explosion in Uzbekistan; with Rungis the largest wholesale fresh produce market in the world catching fire in Paris France and with others shutting down due to spiralling energy costs. The same problem-reaction-solution of theirs kicks in: the problem being imposing lockdowns to disrupt food supply chains and destroying food processing plants and culling animals. The reaction is food shortages. The solution is shift humanity to eat insects:

The unelected tyrannical World Economic Forum informed us that world experts and leaders have discussed the potential role insects can play at the UN Food Summit of 23rd September 2021 and the COP26 which was held between October and November 2021. In so doing they wanted to help meet the challenge of the “impending crisis” of having the world’s population reaching 9.7 billion by 2050 which means that an additional 2 billion humans must be fed. Aren’t they depopulating the world with vaccines?

And thus in its article “Why we need to give insects the role they deserve in our food systems” [2]it hints at the concept of insect farming which is already used for food and animal feed.

It also adds: “The practice has however remained mostly manual – until now. Thanks to new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) we are at a turning point and finally able to industrialize the breeding of insectsin a contained environment. Insect breeding is a data centric agro-industry with a lot of commonalities with precision agriculture.”

“Insects are a credible and efficient alternative protein source requiring fewer resources than conventional breeding. Studies suggest that for the same amount of protein produced insects mealworms in particular require much less land than other sources of animal proteins. A study on crickets suggests that they are twice as efficient in converting feed to meat as chicken at least four times more efficient than pigs and 12 times more efficient than cattle.”

In February 2022 the WEF as part of the DAVOS AGENDA added another article on its website entitled “5 reasons why eating insects could reduce climate change.[3]” According to this agenda the five reasons why we should start eating insects are: “edible insects can produce equivalent amount of quality protein when compared to animals;” “insects require less care and upkeep than livestock;” “we’re actually running out of protein;” “insects are part of a virtuous eco-cycle;” and “you can start small and act your way up.”

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has also approved mealworms for human consumption making it the fourth insect now:

“’The EFSA assessment will have to be confirmed by the European Commission which will give the final authorisation for market approval in the EU following endorsement by the EU Member States authorities before the product can go more widely on sale across the continent.

The race for alternative and sustainable proteins is on as the World Resources Institute predicts a 60% gap between supply and demand for protein by 2050.’”[4]

Because now they want you to eat insects or food made from insects.


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