Food that is good for the planet actually tastes good too, research suggests

Washington Post: It’s an unfortunate truth that humans don’t always eat what’s good for us -- and we don’t always eat what’s good for the planet, either. Food production, alone, is a significant (and growing) contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. And combined with the fuel required to transport various types of in-demand meat and produce around the world, the meat and potatoes on our plates might just have a bigger carbon footprint than we’d like to think about. So promoting more sustainable food choices is......

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