3 Food Innovations Changing How the World Eats

Cricket-raising farms, coffee flour, and mold-killing technology are among the winners of a recent USAID challenge

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Apr 27, 2017 · 4 min read
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Inside a “cricket condo.” The condos allow the crickets to live as close as possible to how they would live in the natural world. / Photo courtesy of Stewart Stick, Entomo Farms

Cricket-Raising Farms

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Discarded coffee cherry pulp from one week of harvest at a wet mill in Nicaragua, 2014. / Photo Courtesy of Dan Belliveau

Coffee Flour

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Murdoch researcher Dr Kirsty Bayliss discovered a plasma treatment to prevent mould on food. / Photo courtesy of Murdoch University

Mold-Killing Technology


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U.S. Agency for International Development

Stories of USAID’s Work from Around the World

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