Carbon footprint of what you eat

By Simple Happy Kitchen news team |
May 26, 2019

Food’s carbon footprint is the greenhouse gas emissions produced by growing, farming, rearing, processing, transporting, storing, cooking and disposing of the food we eat.

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info about the carbon footprint of different foods

Changing the foods that you eat can have a big impact on your carbon footprint and reduce pollution, preserve the environment and slow global warming.
[Source: Self Nutrition Data, USDA, IPCC Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change]

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