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The Meat Revolution

By DW
15 February 2018   |   11:26 am
In many countries, insects are considered a delicacy. Now a startup wants to bring them to Germany in an eco-friendlier burger that has more protein and iron than beef burgers – but produces 100 times less CO2 emissions.

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