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Test Purchase angry: Promotion for meat in schools? That raises questions
Consumer organization Test-Purchase is not to speak about pedagogical records in schools that have sent received “for the promotion of meat consumption”. “That runs contrary to the most recent recommendations of the environment and the public health community, which is just a limitation of meat consumption recommend”, it sounds.

Test Purchase reports that the VLAM (Flemish Centre for agriculture and Fisheries) and its Walloon counterpart Apaq-W in november, three teaching dossiers have spread among students for the promotion of the eating of meat. the

“In the booklets is an idyllic picture of livestock farming in Flanders. But there is no mention of the real living conditions of animals raised in the context of mass production, nor is the impact that greenhouse gases have on the environment, cited”, while “livestock production is responsible for 14.5% of the total emissions of greenhouse gases”.

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