What’s the real carbon footprint of your food? | FT Food Revolution
If you’re living in the UK, surely an apple imported from NZ has a bigger carbon footprint than one grown at home? Not necessarily, because factors at every stage of a food’s life cycle contribute to its overall carbon footprint, not just transport. Now, thanks to technology, measuring a food’s total carbon emissions is becoming easier, and carbon labeling is gathering momentum.
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