Carbon neutral eggs

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There has, quite understandably, been an increasingly heavy focus on the role of human diets in climate change. After all, around a third of total greenhouse gas emissions come from the world's food system,

with supply chains driving land-use change and deforestation at one end of the chain, transport adding to emissions in the middle, and then mountains of food waste exacerbating the problem at the other...

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