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Simple climate label for all food products long way off, conference hears

A conference hosted by the Society of Chemical Industry (SCI) in London this week looked at how to mitigate the agrifood industry’s effect on the environment and how to adapt food systems to meet the challenges of climate change

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A simple system that allows consumers to understand the effect on the climate of the food products they buy – so called climate labelling - is still a long way off, an SCI conference heard today (March 6th).


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