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EU Approves Adding Crushed Insects to Everyday Foods including Pizza; Pasta & Cereal

Most people won’t even know they’re eating them.

The European Commission has passed a new law that allows food manufacturers to add power made from crushed insects to their products such as Pizza, Pasta, Bread and Cereals.

According to the Commission's ruling that went into effect this month, the first of such additives is a cricket powder that can be added a wide range of everyday food products, including cereal bars, biscuits, pizza, pasta-based products, and whey powder. The additive is also likely to find its way into a variety of confectionaries, soups, and meat preparations.

More types of insects are to follow, with Mealworms next on the menu. Defatted house crickets (apparently the juiciest of the species) will begin to be added to a huge range of foodstuff to be sold right across the European Union, without the vast majority of consumers knowing they are now in their food.

“As per the decision, which cited the scientific opinion of the European Food Safety Authority, the additive is safe to use in a whole range of products, including but not limited to cereal bars, biscuits, pizza, pasta-based products, and whey powder.” reports RT News

Critics suggested that once insects become widely accepted as a food additive, their consumption will become normalized across the board.

“The Liberal World Order has decided that the little people must eat bugs to prevent the climate from fluctuating, in accordance with ruling class ideology,” writes Dave Blount.

“Yet rather than mindlessly obey The Experts as most did with Covid policy, people have resisted. So our moonbat overlords are furtively sneaking insects into food.” "This will allow them to reveal in the near future that we have already been eating bugs, so there is no reason to object to them shutting down farms and imposing a new diet.”

In November, the Washington Post suggested that Americans forgo their traditional Thanksgiving dinners and instead look to eating insects as a cheaper alternative.

Did those attending Davos dine on insects whilst there? No, they dined on the best steak money could buy, flown in especially for the eco-mentalists, along with some of the world's top chefs to cook it for them.


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