Food

Can eating be sustainable?

We all need to eat. Everyday. A lot of the food we eat comes from plants and animals and is very resource intensive. That is why it is so interesting to think about the potential food has to protect or harm natural resources. Avocados are a brilliant example. Highly praised as superfood, a very filling subsitute for meat in salads and sandwiches and healthy as well. But (and of course there is a but) socially and ecologically very worrisome. Avocados need an unspeakable amount of water and take part in a highly reckless trade game around the world. This combination makes Avocados a source of trouble for people living around plantations (no groundwater left) and for the environment (deforestation to make room for plantations). Despite this knowledge is no secret, the demand for Avocados in parts of the world where they don't grow, is still very high. Reducing the consumption of the green gold might help that situation. This site will collect ways to avoid harmful handling with food and show how easy it can be eat a bit more sustainable.

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