Gillian Spence, owner of Rainbow Mealworms in Compton, Calif., holds a Madagascar hissing roach that she says is cooked and consumed as a party food by the Vietnamese and Mexican communities. Rainbow Mealworms is the biggest “farm” in Compton where mealworms, super worms, crickets and beetles are grown and shipped live throughout the U.S.
Gillian Spence, owner of Rainbow Mealworms in Compton, Calif., holds a Madagascar hissing roach that she says is cooked and consumed as a party food by the Vietnamese and Mexican communities. Rainbow Mealworms is the biggest “farm” in Compton where mealworms, super worms, crickets and beetles are grown and shipped live throughout the U.S. Don Bartletti Tribune News Service
Gillian Spence, owner of Rainbow Mealworms in Compton, Calif., holds a Madagascar hissing roach that she says is cooked and consumed as a party food by the Vietnamese and Mexican communities. Rainbow Mealworms is the biggest “farm” in Compton where mealworms, super worms, crickets and beetles are grown and shipped live throughout the U.S. Don Bartletti Tribune News Service

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