Exhibit at ETH Zurich: Insects for Food
In an exhibit in the main building of ETH Zurich, the use of insects as food is explored. The opening evening of the exhibit on 03 March featured WFSC member Prof. Alexander Mathys, chair of Sustainable Food Processing at ETH Zurich.
As of May 2017, people in Switzerland will be able to buy insects such as mealworms, crickets, and locusts for consumption. An interactive exhibit in the main building of the ETH Zurich explores this topic from five different perspectives. At the opening evening, Prof. Mathys gave a short public address about research needs and opportunities around insects as food and the need to properly understand the use of the term “sustainability” when describing this emerging protein source.