A new survey found Finnish people to be keener than other Europeans when it comes to eat insects.

A survey sponsored by the Finnish tech funding agency Tekes gauged Finnish attitudes towards eating insects, in comparison to similar statistics in Sweden, Germany and Czech Republic. The results indicate that Finnish residents are more open to the idea of eating insects than the citizens from the other European countries. In Finland, the people most enthusiastic to eat bugs were all below 45 years of age.