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'Buying local' groceries isn't always better for the environment
by Thin Lei Win
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
24 September 2019
On 24 September 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
British shoppers looking to go green may be better off buying imported South American apples or Kenyan vegetables rather than locally produced foods that rely too heavily on fossil fuels, according to a new study. 'Placing British apples in cold storage for 10 months leads to twice the level of emissions as is expended transporting South American apples by sea to the UK,' said the report, released during the United Nations climate summit in New York.
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