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Alternative foods, consumers and sustainability in Europe: Where next?


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We know from reliable evidence that our societies need to transition to a more sustainable food system, so that we can provide enough healthy food .. Read more for an increasing world population without harming the environment. One well-known recommendation is to promote a shift towards diets with fewer animal products and more alternative proteins. To accelerate this shift, many turn to innovative foods, such as cultivated (cultured) or plant-based meat. These look like very attractive solutions, as they offer the prospect of significantly reducing the negative effects of animal consumption on human health and the environment, while offering meat-eating consumers a similar sensory experience. But how big a contribution can these innovations make to the broader transition to a more sustainable food system? The information and opinions on this website are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Commission. The SAPEA Consortium is not responsible for the use which may be made of the information contained in this website by anyone, including European Union institutions and bodies or any person acting on their behalf.

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