The Fat of the Land: Eating Red Meat

The Fat of the Land: Eating Red Meat

The Sustainable Food Trust has grave concerns about the way the ‘eat less meat’ message has been conceived and articulated for the last 30+ years. In its current manifestation, is actually part of the problem, not part of the solution – making agriculture less, not more, sustainable, making diets more unhealthy, food production less secure, whilst destroying wildlife and planetary ecosystems in the process.

Contrary to most other campaign groups, in direct opposition to them in fact, we believe that the consumption of red meat, dairy produce and animal fats needs to be increased, not decreased.

Why is this the case: Go in depth on the grass fed dilemma with the Sustainable Food Trust

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