To reduce our food’s environmental footprint, what we eat is far more important than where it comes from
More and more people are concerned about how food affects their environmental footprint. The most common advice we hear and read about limiting our “foodprint” is to buy locally-grown food. However, another factor has a much greater impact on the environment.
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