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It’s difficult to imagine that Lobsters were once considered a garbage species, a cheap source of scrap food. In the 1950s, however, they became luxury menu items.

Mohammed Ashour, the chief executive of a Texas company called Aspire Food Group, thinks he has identified the subject of America’s next great culinary reversal. He believes the day is coming when the nation’s snacking masses will open their kitchen cabinets and reach for a $2.99 bag of insects—specifically whole-roasted crickets, which Aspire now manufactures…

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