Daily Mail (London, U.K.: 24.8 million unique monthly visits)
December 12, 2018
Publicized in: ACS PressPac
They’re both known for being the hosts of Australian comedy series Get Krackin, which satirises morning television. But on Saturday, Kate McCartney wasn’t joking around when she said she wanted to trade in regular ground flour for flour made from crickets – to eat, that is….A study published last year in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry found that insects can provide as much magnesium, iron, and other nutrients as steak. And researchers…found grasshoppers and crickets to be a far better source of many nutrients, particularly iron, compared to beef.