Chowing down on carbon: Insect-based dog food launches in UK

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'World's most sustainable dog food' swaps meat and fish for grubs

A British start-up has today launched what it is claiming is the 'world's most sustainable dog food', made from a blend of oats, potatoes and… insects. Yora claims the new pet food, which will be available...

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