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12-01-2021
Eating less meat is better for animal welfare and environmental health
The food we choose to eat every day has impacts not only on our health, but also on the environment and the lives of countless animals. Each EU citizen consumes an annual average of 950 kilograms of food and drink, which is comparable to the weight of a small car. Globally, the production of food has many potential consequences for the world in which we live.  Although many studies present details about the nutritional and health impacts of different foods, research relating to the environmental and...
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