The “Diet for a clean Baltic” is based on local, organic food. The diet should contain plenty of vegetables and less animal products like meat, milk, cheese, butter and eggs.
Principles for “Diet for a clean Baltic”
- Local, organic food
- More vegetables than meat
- Min. 80 pct. vegetable
- Max. 20 pct. animal products
Changing the balance between vegetables and animal products is a step towards a more sustainable diet. The “Diet for a clean Baltic” is both healthy, environmental-friendly and also climate-friendly, as we need less livestock per hectare when eating this way.
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