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Food travels an average of 1,500 miles from the farm to your table. Even though this number depends on where you live, it illustrates that our food often travels a long way to get to us and every mile means energy use and associated carbon emissions. The environmental impact of food transport depends on the mode of transportation (e.g., trains are better than trucks), but, in general, reducing the miles your food travels is a good thing. Nowadays it’s likely you can find locally sourced meat and produce where you live, and by buying locally, you support the farmers in your area and your local economy.View the website
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