Almost certainly not, though I am not aware of any instance of a Force-sensitive individual being consumed by a predator and the predator subsequently becoming Force-sensitive or not. However, in canon blood transfusions do not significantly affect Force sensitivity, and that is also the case in Legends (as indicated in another thread). Consuming a Force-sensitive individual is even less likely to transmit Force sensitivity than a blood transfusion, since the blood of the Force-sensitive individual would be digested rather than enter the predator's bloodstream.
Furthermore, it also seems unlikely just based on what we know about the nature of midi-chlorians and how they allow a Force-sensitive individual to communicate with the Force. We are told the following:
Midi-chlorians are a microscopic lifeform that reside within all
living cells and communicates with the Force...Without the
midi-chlorians, life could not exist, and we would have no knowledge of the
Force. They continually speak to you, telling you the will of the Force.
Qui-Gon Jinn, Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace (source)
Several points are worth noting about this:
- Midi-chlorians reside within living cells, but a Force-sensitive individual's cells (and the midi-chlorians within them) would not survive for long after being eaten by a predator.
- The midi-chlorians are life-forms that speak to the Force-sensitive individual, and can choose not to speak to the predator even if they survive.