As the technocratic sociopaths busily inject farm animals and coat produce in Modified mRNA DEATHVAX™, they have also concurrently commenced fortifying their GMO food offerings with 4th Industrial Posthuman Revolution bug additives.
Because in the future you will not only own nothing and be happy, but bug cuisine will be the only nourishment afforded you, assuming your social credit score is sufficiently good enough. If the social credit score is too low, then Soylent Green and chemically enriched sewer water will be the gruel plan. And if the social credit score is code red, then the freedom to be euthanized shall be munificently granted.
In the meantime, pay attention to the labels:
Not that anyone should be eating anything processed from out of bags.
EDIT: From the WEF: Why we need to give insects the role they deserve in our food systems
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Link to the cricket food shown, from the horse's mouth: "Powered by sustainably farmed organic cricket flour, fava beans and lentils, Actually food puffs are a source of protein, rich in B12 and a natural source of fibre."
A Canadian company, of course. "Sustainable", of course.
I have been rapidly expanding my gardening/food growing area. I still don’t think I’ll have enough to be self sustaining for a while but it’s a start and I’ll keep working until I get there.
I’d encourage everyone to start growing their own food, as much as possible. Very few people will be able to grow enough to be 100% self reliant but every bit helps.
I recommend watching the film Back to Eden, available on YouTube. Or research lasagne gardens, those are a great way to get started quickly. Even if all you can do is create a small food forest with a few trees and some food growing underneath that, it’s better than nothing. If you live in the suburbs, consider replacing the builder grade ornamental hedges with edible hedges. This can either be trees that you keep pruned, berries or edible greens or even better a mixture of all of these. If you’re somewhere with mild winters you can pack a lot of food production into the area where you have hedges.