Desautels Students' Concept of Solving Urban Hunger with Diet of Crickets Scores Big Points in Social Entrepreneurship Contest
A world without hunger could mean a world with a lot more crickets, according to a team of MBA students at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management.
...This year's social issue, personally selected by former President Clinton, is centered on the global food crisis in urban slums, affecting more than one billion people worldwide. Mohammed Ashour, McGill's team captain, said his idea was base solely on the concept of insect consumption.
Jesse Pearlstein, a member of the McGill team and responsible for the team's financial planning, said their social enterprise also includes a plan to create a local ecosystem of entrepreneurs.
Read full article: Financial Post, May 1, 2013