National Food Strategy calls for major cut in UK meat consumption to fix public and planetary health

Cecilia Keating
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National Food Strategy calls for major cut in UK meat consumption to fix public and planetary health

Government-commissioned report argues UK's food system must be transformed to protect the climate, nature, and the NHS

The second instalment of the government-commissioned National Food Strategy has warned the UK must significantly reduce its consumption of meat if it wants to curb the impacts the food system is having...

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