A study published in the journal 'Trends in Food Science and Technology' finds that high levels of processing, together with complex coordination to make them available at scale, limit the environmental sustainability gains of emerging meat alternatives. The authors also ask: how great are the nutritional gains, and are they really worth it?
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Meat alternatives: a new study interrogates the sustainability gains
Resource / Meat alternatives: a new study interrogates the sustainability gains
By Anna Simpson / 23 Aug 2019
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