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substance consumed to provide nutritional support for humans and animals. Use this tag for questions on the sustainability aspects of food in general. See also [meat],[fish],[cooking]

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Many ecolabels that certify certain sustainability aspects of food products only consider a small portion of the food product's life cycle. A prominent example may be the MSC label which addresses … -caught seafood products. Are there more ecolabels (the bigger the more interesting) which consider more than one stage (which may be identified - but don't have to - as resource extraction/growing to harvesting, processing, packaging, transport, consumer stage, waste) of food production? …
asked May 29 '13 by Stockfisch
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There is a presentation comparing the environmental impact of different vegetable oils here (direct download link to pdf!). It is shown that olive oil has less impact regarding the output of greenhou …
answered May 20 '13 by Stockfisch
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In general it is assumed that the energy that is required to produce a certain type of food is a good surrogate for the total environmental burden of food products. I scanned some studies to compare … studies or a consensus that I am not aware of? Which food product chains require more energy? Fish or meat? References [1] Burg SWK van den, Taal C, de Boer IJM, Bakker T, Viets TC (2012 …
asked Apr 30 '13 by Stockfisch