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The Kindness Economy

Nov 11, 2021

Food is under increasing scrutiny and meat is high on the agenda.

Everyone - from the authors of the UK’s national food strategy to the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
– are telling us to eat less of it.

But Glen Burrows, co-founder of the Ethical Butcher, argues that meat isn’t the problem. It’s industrial farming methods that are at fault.

So how does that work? And, given that our love affair with meat may be slowing down but doesn’t look as if it’s going to end any time soon, what should we as consumers be doing to buy better?

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