Beans over burgers: Why the National Food Strategy should focus on natural ingredients over fake meats

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We should claim back our food heritage and fight climate change with nutritious foods that benefit the soils we're rapidly depleting, argues Bold Beans founder Amelia Christie-Miller

We must grasp the opportunity that the National Food Strategy provides. If the government acts decisively, we can tackle the three pronged challenges of climate change mitigation, biodiversity net gain...

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