Hidden cost of feeding grain to farm animals to hit $1.32tn a year

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Hidden cost of feeding grain to farm animals to hit $1.32tn a year

Campaigners say humans must address the huge hidden costs of industrial farming, such as wasted food and calories

Our habit of feeding human foods, such as grain and soya, to farm animals will cost us $1.32tn (£1tn) a year by 2050 globally, according to environmental campaigners. The hidden costs of the industrial...

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