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The Big Picture: The carbon footprint of protein-rich foods

CBC News · Posted: Apr 19, 2019 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: April 23 April 19, 2019

The graph in the article shows the carbon footprint of various proteins — namely, the CO2 emitted in producing one kilo of each food item. (The figure includes the emissions on the farm or factory, and in transit.)

Tuna is ranked the lowest in emissions of all the animal sources of protein, and beans and lentils are the least. All the more reason to consume Clover Leaf Tuna, Clover Leaf Flavoured Tuna and Clover Leaf Hummus Snacks.

Check out CBC News - Technology & Science article on 'The Big Picture: The carbon footprint of protein-rich foods' (click & scroll down for the article).