Measuring pork's water footprint

Measuring pork's water footprint

Researchers calculate water use along entire pork chain.

Measuring pork's water footprint
IT takes 8.2 gal. of water through the entire pork production process — from field to fork — to produce a 4 oz. serving of boneless pork, according to a new assessment, "A Life Cycle Analysis of Water Use in U.S. Pork Production," conducted by University of Arka

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