Friday, 12th August 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Bugs: A superfood bogged down by bureaucracy

Insects are touted as the future of food security, and the larvae of black soldier flies could be a key player. But in Germany, red tape is stalling their introduction into the market and onto dinner plates.

Related

1 Aug 2017
Hackers attending this weekend's Def Con hacking convention in Las Vegas were invited to break into voting machines and voter databases in a bid to uncover vulnerabilities that could be exploited to sway election results.
6 Apr 2018
We take a look at a New York Times report – one that explains how the Islamic State Group used bureaucracy and brutality to its advantage.
14 Mar 2020
In the West, Moringa is regarded as a superfood. Some 20 years ago, Ugandans were called on to plant Moringa for export, with limited success. Now, a local organization is trying again, with a different target market.
7 Jun
Germany's military suddenly has €100 billion to spend on new equipment. Thousands of people in one of Germany's largest government agencies are tasked with procurement. But that may turn out to be a major problem.