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Lower meat diets could prevent around 45,000 early deaths, save the NHS £1.2 billion each year and help to tackle climate change, according to new research.
Amidst new warnings about crop failures, Friends of the Earth have said that eating “less, but better quality” meat is vital to the struggle against climate change.
Public bodies could bring about significant improvements in UK farming by ensuring that they buy their food from sustainable and ethical sources, according to Friends of the Earth.
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