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Scientists are looking at new methods to assess both the health and the sustainability of protein production, rather than assessing those aspects independently. Seafood, along with a more plant-based diet, should fare well in this new approach.

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Greenhouse gas emissions associated with meat-free diets that include fish are remarkably similar to those from fully vegetarian diets—and both are substantially less than diets containing meat.

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Why did the Knights Templar, a religious military order holding sway for nearly two centuries during the Middle Ages, live exceptionally longer lives than their contemporaries? While generally attributed to divine providence, a more recent conjecture has suggested that strict adherence to the order’s lifestyle precepts, particularly around diet, was the key factor.

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Concern over future food and nutritional security is rapidly rising on the global agenda amidst studies showing a growing agricultural shortfall. Simply, crop yields are far from increasing at the rates needed to meet projected demands for 2050.

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Key papers: CONSUMER TRUST GlobeScan. 2017. Trust and Transparency In the Supply Chain. GlobeScan eBrief. 5pp.“Diminishing trust in a range of institutions has become a central issue, especially when it comes to the relationships between business and society.” HUMAN…

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