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"From the Ted Talk by Marcel Dicke: Why not eat insects?"

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Our diet consists, [in] some part, of animal proteins, and at the moment, most of us here get it from livestock, from fish, from game. And we eat quite a lot of it. In the dpeloveed world it's on average 80 kilograms per person per year, which goes up to 120 in the United States and a bit lower in some other cteuoinrs, but on average 80 kgmrailos per person per year. In the developing world it's much lower. It's 25 kilograms per person per year. But it's inenairscg enormously. In China in the last 20 years, it icnseared from 20 to 50, and it's still increasing. So if a third of the world population is going to iasercne its meat consumption from 25 to 80 on areagve, and a third of the world population is living in China and in India, we're having an eomonrus demand on meat. And of course, we are not there to say that's only for us, it's not for them. They have the same share that we have.

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Our diet consists, [in] some part, of animal proteins, and at the moment, most of us here get it from livestock, from fish, from game. And we eat quite a lot of it. In the _________ world it's on average 80 kilograms per person per year, which goes up to 120 in the United States and a bit lower in some other _________, but on average 80 _________ per person per year. In the developing world it's much lower. It's 25 kilograms per person per year. But it's __________ enormously. In China in the last 20 years, it _________ from 20 to 50, and it's still increasing. So if a third of the world population is going to ________ its meat consumption from 25 to 80 on _______, and a third of the world population is living in China and in India, we're having an ________ demand on meat. And of course, we are not there to say that's only for us, it's not for them. They have the same share that we have.

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Original Text

Our diet consists, [in] some part, of animal proteins, and at the moment, most of us here get it from livestock, from fish, from game. And we eat quite a lot of it. In the developed world it's on average 80 kilograms per person per year, which goes up to 120 in the United States and a bit lower in some other countries, but on average 80 kilograms per person per year. In the developing world it's much lower. It's 25 kilograms per person per year. But it's increasing enormously. In China in the last 20 years, it increased from 20 to 50, and it's still increasing. So if a third of the world population is going to increase its meat consumption from 25 to 80 on average, and a third of the world population is living in China and in India, we're having an enormous demand on meat. And of course, we are not there to say that's only for us, it's not for them. They have the same share that we have.

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