Crickets tipped to replace kale, acai, blueberries as mainstream superfoods in 2022 in Australia


There’s been a buzz about the nutritional benefits of insects for years, but 2022 is the year creepy-crawlies are finally tipped to make it onto mainstream supermarket shelves.

Eighty per cent of the world’s population already eat insects as a part of their everyday diet.

Food scientist and entomologist Skye Blackburn found herself asking why Australians were not among them after trying insects for the first time in Thailand in 2007.


By Lucy Cooper and Tanya Murphy


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