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What we can learn from Africa

4 May 2016 • 1 min reading time

We are driving on a bumpy dirt road in Kenya. I’m in the back of a Jeep, bouncing along with Jacky, who’s from the local university. We’ve just visited some villages to speak with small-scale farmers about growing crickets for food. About investing time and money, about how tasty and nutritious crickets are, and about earning money.

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