Handling inedible food production byproducts

Handling inedible food production byproducts

Feeding inedible byproducts of human food production to livestock and poultry is an environmentally and economically sustainable disposal method.

ONE of the often-stated ethical reasons people give for choosing vegetarianism/veganism is that by eliminating animal products, especially meat, from human diets, more plant-based foods would be made available globally because animals are inefficient at converting feed to products.

However, this ignores the fact that the production of human food generates a significant amount of byproducts that are not edible to people but can be fed to animals (Ta

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