Sustainable FOOD

Eat less meat. It’s not necessary to be vegan or vegetarian,  but if you only eat meat once a week, you appreciate it more, and you save  tons of CO2. If you eat organic meat, you help support jobs in small local farms, biodiversity and animal welfare.

If you choose regional food, you also save on transport and the food is fresher, with less need of plastics. So organic meat is more expensive per kilogram, but if you eat less of it, you are not out of pocket and you have made a substantial contribution to helping to mitigate climate change.

But if you grow your own food, that is very satisfying in more ways than one. You can grow tomatoes on your balcony, strawberries in hanging baskets, zucchini in containers. Click the link below to help you get started.

Watch out for where produce comes from. Are forests disappearing so that you can eat soya, use palm oil or eat cheap meat?


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