Due to the European Commission passing a measure last month, Europeans have noticed more powered crickets have been appearing in foods such as pizza sauce, cereal, and pasta all across Europe.
The European Food Safety Authority stated the insect “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.”
The trend of eating insects has increased among environmentalists because they believe eating insects cut the carbon footprint.
Quietly earlier this month, the European Commission greenlit use of "defatted house crickets" in a whole range of new products including cereal bars, pizza, pasta…
This is despite studies finding "edible insects are an underestimated reservoir of human and animal parasites" pic.twitter.com/Vw9vpu4nId
— The Stark Naked Brief. (@StarkNakedBrief) January 25, 2023
The WEF has previously promoted the idea of eating bugs such as mealworms:
WEF: Insects Could Soon Be Appearing On Restaurant Menus In Europe
Coming to a menu near you soon 🤮🤮🤮 pic.twitter.com/lJMLCNsDhJ
— undisputed champ (@undisputedcha14) January 25, 2023
Info Wars had more on the story:
As of yesterday, a food additive made out of powdered crickets began appearing in foods from pizza, to pasta to cereals across the European Union.
Defatted house crickets are on the menu for Europeans across the continent, without the vast majority of them knowing it is now in their food.
“This comes thanks to a European Commission ruling passed earlier this month,” reports RT.
“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.”
But don’t worry, because the crickets first have to be checked to make sure they “discard their bowel content” before being frozen.
Critics suggested that once bugs 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.
“The Liberal World Order has decided that the little people must eat bugs to prevent the climate from fluctuating… Yet rather than mindlessly obey… people have resisted. So our moonbat overlords are furtively sneaking insects into food.”
— SweetDee (@RealUnsweetDee) January 26, 2023
Estonian Press covered the story too:
The European Union couldn’t get people to go along with its elitists’ all-court press to stop eating meat and instead eat bugs — so EU elites have sneaked in a rule to let manufacturers use smashed-up, ground-up crickets in place of flour in their starch-based foods.
In Mexico, it’s “don’t drink the water.” In the countries comprising the European Union, it’s “don’t eat the food.” Travelers to the region may want to stock up on MREs — the military’s version of breakfast, lunch and dinner, i.e., packaged and processed meals-ready-to-eat.
This bug affair isn’t just disgusting. It’s vomit-inducing disgusting. Can you use the crickets that are stomped by a knee-jerking housewife and peeled off the bottom of her shoe? Or are those off-limits, considered contaminated — albeit they’re already smashed and therefore half-prepped for powder? So many regulatory concerns. Will crickets one day be a protected species? Killing one carries a crime of five years’ imprisonment? After all — it is the food supply now, dontcha know.
“EU Approves Use of House Crickets in Food Products,” XTalks reported.
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