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Switching to plant-based cheese can reduce carbon emissions by 50% compared to the dairy version

Wednesday 1 Jun 22 11:15am

 

A LIFE-CYCLE evaluation used to determine environmental impacts, including indicators for climate impact and land use, has revealed that ordinary cheese is a major cause of carbon emissions.

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