Nordic Council of Ministers, 2018
For the first time, the most innovative food policy solutions in the Nordic Region have been brought together in a single document. The Solutions Menu includes 24 policies that aim to change food consumption and intends to inspire new and robust policy responses to the societal and environmental challenges caused by our current food systems. The Solutions Menu is produced by the Nordic Food Policy Lab, one of six flagship projects under the Nordic prime ministers’ Nordic Solutions to Global Challenges initiative.
Springer Nature Press, 2018
This text provides an important overview of the contributions of edible insects to ecological sustainability, livelihoods, nutrition and health, food culture and food systems around the world. While insect farming for both food and feed is rapidly increasing in popularity around the world, the role that wild insect species have played in the lives and societies of millions of people worldwide cannot be ignored. In order to represent this diversity, this work draws upon research conducted in a wide range of geographical locations and features a variety of different insect species.
Food and Agriculture of the United Nations, 2013
This publication describes the contribution of insects to food security and examines future prospects for raising insects at a commercial scale to improve food and feed production, diversify diets, and support livelihoods in both developing and developed countries. It shows the many traditional and potential new uses of insects for direct human consumption and the opportunities for and constraints to farming them for food and feed. It examines the body of research on issues such as insect nutrition and food safety, the use of insects as animal feed, and the processing and preservation of insects and their products. It highlights the need to develop a regulatory framework to govern the use of insects for food security. And it presents case studies and examples from around the world.
Peer-reviewed journal articles
Belluco, A., Halloran, A., Ricci, A. (2017). New protein sources and food legislation: the case of edible insects and EU law. Food Security. (in press).
Halloran, A., Roos, N., Hanboonsong., Bruun, S. (2017). Life cycle assessment of cricket farming in north-eastern Thailand, Journal of Cleaner Production. 156: 83–94.
Halloran, A., Roos, N., & Hanboonsong, Y. (2017) Cricket farming as a livelihood strategy in Thailand. Geographical Journal, 183(1): 112–124.
Halloran, A., Roos, N., Eilenberg, J., Cerutti, A, Bruun, S. (2016). Life cycle assessment of edible insects for food protein: a review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 36 (57).
Halloran, A., Roos, N., Flore, R. Hanboonsong, Y. (2016) The development of the edible cricket industry in Thailand. International Journal for Insects as Food and Feed, 2 (2): 91-100.
Evans, J., Alemu, M., Flore, R., Frøst, M., Halloran, A., et al. (2015) ‘Entomophagy’: an evolving terminology in need of review. International Journal for Insects as Food and Feed, 1 (4): 293-305.
Halloran, A., Flore, R., & Mercier, C (2015) Notes from the ‘Insects in a Gastronomic Context’ workshop in Bangkok, Thailand. International Journal for Insects as Food and Feed, 1 (3): 1-4.
Halloran, A., Vantomme, P., Hanboonsong, Y., Ekesi, S. (2015) Regulating entomophagy: the challenge of addressing food security, nature conservation, and the erosion of traditional food culture, Food Security, 7 (3): 739-746.
Halloran, A., Magid, J., Kornum, N., Clement, J & Bucatariu, C. (2014) Addressing food waste reduction in Denmark. Food Policy, 49 (1): 241-301.
Halloran, A., Münke, C., Vantomme, P., van Huis, A. (2014) Insects in the human food chain: global status and opportunities, Food Chain, 4 (2): 103-118.
Halloran, A & Magid, J. (2013) Planning the unplanned: Incorporating agriculture as an urban land use into the Dar es Salaam Master Plan and beyond. Environment and Urbanization, 25 (2): 541-558.
Halloran, A & Magid (2013). The role of local government in promoting sustainable urban agriculture in Dar es Salaam and Copenhagen. Danish Journal of Geography, 113 (2): 121–132.
Book chapters and theses
Halloran, A. (2017). The impact of cricket farming on rural livelihoods, nutrition and the environment in Thailand and Kenya. PhD Thesis. Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports. University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen.
Flore, R. & Halloran, A. (2017). EU Parliament. In Evans, R., Flore., & Frøst, M. (Eds.) On Eating Insects: Essays, Stories and Recipes. Phaidon Press, London.
Flore, R. & Halloran, A. (2017). Fieldwork in Thailand. In Evans, R., Flore., & Frøst, M. (Eds.) On Eating Insects: Essays, Stories and Recipes. Phaidon Press, London.
Halloran, A., Münke, C., Vantomme, P., Reade, B., Evans, J. (2015) Broadening insect gastronomy. In Sloan, P., Legrande, W., & Hindley, C. (Eds.) Sustainable Food, Beverage & Gastronomy. Routledge, London.
Münke, C., Halloran, A., Flore, R., Evans, J., Reade, B., Rittman, R., Linden, A., Irving, M., Georgiadis, P. (2015). Wild ideas in food. In Sloan, P., Legrande, W., & Hindley, C. (Eds.) Sustainable Food, Beverage & Gastronomy. Routledge, London.
Halloran A. (2012). Institutionalizing and legitimizing urban agriculture: The cases of Copenhagen, Denmark and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. MSc Thesis. Department of Agriculture and Ecology, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen.