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Reducing food's carbon footprint

Food providers are taking notice of global warming. Food providers are taking notice of global warming. (courtesy Bon Appetit management co.)
By Darry Madden
Globe Correspondent / April 16, 2008

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For such a simple pleasure, cheeseburgers yield such a mess of problems. How could you know, though? Beef doesn't come with a warning label, detailing the many environmental crimes it commits on its way to the table, including a substantial carbon footprint. And cheese likely boasts an image of a family farm on its package, not the rising seas of ... (Full article: 478 words)

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