A woman and her friends in southeastern China had the horror of their lives as they discovered dozens of dead cockroaches in their takeout meal.
The woman, a resident of Chenghai district in Shantou, Guangdong province ordered a braised duck dish from an unidentified food delivery platform on March 5, NetEase reported.
A factory in eastern China is raising one billion cockroaches to help process tons of food waste every day.
The plant, located in Jinan, Shandong province receives 55 tons of kitchen waste a day — a minuscule fraction of the 1.3 billion tons wasted by the world each year.
A Filipino customer of a popular fruit/bubble tea brand took to social media to express his disgust after finding three small cockroaches in a beverage that he ordered.
In a Facebook post, Nico Yabut shared how he discovered the insects floating in the passion fruit tea he ordered from the Gong Cha outlet at Theatre Mall in Manila on Wednesday afternoon.
A Taiwanese university student started farming cockroaches as pet food which he now turns into a thriving business that makes thousands of dollars. The student, identified as Tong, started buying cockroaches merely as a source of food for his pet.
The 20-year-old eventually realized that spending for these intrusive insects frequently can be quite cumbersome for his budget. With that said, the Taiwanese student started farming cockroaches on his own in order to lessen his expenses.