Understanding your ‘food print’ can help you make meaningful choices that positively impact the environment, animal life, food workers, and public health. While it is essential that we address the parts of our food systems that are negatively impacting us, our individual choices, even the small ones, matter as well.
“Your “foodprint” is the result of everything it takes to get your food from the farm to your plate. Many of those processes are invisible to consumers.
Industrial food production — including animal products like beef, pork, chicken and eggs and also crops — takes a tremendous toll on our soil, air and water, as well as on the workers and the surrounding communities.
Learn more about what a foodprint is and why you should care about yours here and in the video below.”
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