Tell supermarkets to meat you halfway on climate change
As the most powerful businesses in our supply chain, supermarkets have a huge role to play in what we eat and where it comes from.
The vast majority of chicken and pork sold by supermarkets is reared in factory farms in the UK and fed crops like soya which was grown in places at high risk of deforestation and degradation due to agriculture, like the Brazilian Cerrado. In fact, diets including less meat and dairy have been shown by multiple scientific studies to contribute on average 25% less to climate change than average European or North American diets containing a lot of meat.
Supermarkets have an important job to do: to help us all eat less meat and dairy by making it easier in store to make healthy choices and, where we do choose meat, to provide options which are less damaging for nature.
Write to the CEOs of the UK's 10 biggest supermarkets - Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Morrisons, Aldi, Lidl, Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, Co-Op, Iceland - to call on them to act now!
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