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Sustainable Proteins? Values Related to Insects in Food Systems

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Sustainable Proteins? Values Related to Insects in Food Systems. / Gamborg, Christian; Gjerris, Mickey; Röcklinsberg, Helena.

Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems. ed. / Afton Halloran; Roberto Flore; Paul Vantomme; Nanna Roos. Springer, 2018. p. 199-211.

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Harvard

Gamborg, C, Gjerris, M & Röcklinsberg, H 2018, Sustainable Proteins? Values Related to Insects in Food Systems. in A Halloran, R Flore, P Vantomme & N Roos (eds), Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems. Springer, pp. 199-211. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74011-9

APA

Gamborg, C., Gjerris, M., & Röcklinsberg, H. (2018). Sustainable Proteins? Values Related to Insects in Food Systems. In A. Halloran, R. Flore, P. Vantomme, & N. Roos (Eds.), Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems (pp. 199-211). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74011-9

Vancouver

Gamborg C, Gjerris M, Röcklinsberg H. Sustainable Proteins? Values Related to Insects in Food Systems. In Halloran A, Flore R, Vantomme P, Roos N, editors, Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems. Springer. 2018. p. 199-211 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74011-9

Author

Gamborg, Christian ; Gjerris, Mickey ; Röcklinsberg, Helena. / Sustainable Proteins? Values Related to Insects in Food Systems. Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems. editor / Afton Halloran ; Roberto Flore ; Paul Vantomme ; Nanna Roos. Springer, 2018. pp. 199-211

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