Out: Big Macs. In: Bug Macs?

“They just read the first two things in the sentence, and then they think they’ve got the bobotie pie with pumpkin mash, raisins and watercress,” says owner Mark Cashoek. “And the last word is actually the insect crumble.”…

Arnold van Huis, head of Wageningen’s entomology department, is one of the world’s premier experts in entomophagy, or eating insects. He believes the rising price of meat will help change diets.

“If your Big Mac is going to cost about $100 and your Bug Mac is going to cost only $4, people will change to a Bug Mac,” van Huis says.