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European Food-Grade CO2 Shortage Cascades Across Supply Chains

European Food-Grade CO2 Shortage Cascades Across Supply Chains

The European food and beverage industry is currently experiencing a food-grade CO2 supply crisis stemming from technical issues with several ammonia plants. Companies across the industry from brewers to meat processors are grappling with the shortage.

Food Index Calls Meat and Fish Companies Worth $152 Billion “High Risk”

Food Index Calls Meat and Fish Companies Worth $152 Billion “High Risk”

A new food index analyzed 60 global intensive farming companies on health, environmental, and social issues and categorized 36 of them as “high risk.”

Economists: Taxing Meat Products Unlikely To Lower Global GHG

Economists: Taxing Meat Products Unlikely To Lower Global GHG

New taxes on meat products promise to have positive effects on the environment and public health, but they are unlikely to actually lower global greenhouse gas emissions from the livestock sector, two University of Guelph economists wrote in The Conversation. Michael von Massow, an associate professor of food economics and … Read more »

Investors Anticipate Global Meat Taxes To Curb Emissions

Investors Anticipate Global Meat Taxes To Curb Emissions

A group of investors is predicting that governments around the world will soon start taxing meat products over environmental and health concerns. The Farm Animal Investment Risk and Return (FAIRR) Initiative explores this possibility in a new report to their investor members. Called “The Livestock Levy: Are Regulators Considering Meat … Read more »

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