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Our food and drink choices influence the methods used to produce our food and drink, and the quality of that food and drink. So what can we do to help encourage more sustainable production, manufacturing and distribution of healthy food and drink?
Avoid Eating Endangered Fish
Avoid eating overfished and threatened fish species.
Buy Local and Seasonal Food
Locally produced food that is grown in sync with the seasons is fresher, and it doesn't take as much energy to produce it and transport it to you.
Eat Less Meat
Replace at least one meat meal per week with a vegetarian option. Land used for beans and vegetables produces 10 times as much protein as land used for raising beef.
Eat Organic Food
Too many pesticides, herbicides and fungicides in your energy intensive genetically modified food? Try eating organic.
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Page Last Updated: 25 October 2012