Can meat-free products curb pet food's environmental impact?

The global pet food market is predicted to be worth $113bn by 2025. It’s a big business, but one that takes a toll on the planet. A recent US study estimated that in the United States, pet food could be responsible for a quarter of the environmental impacts of meat production. Now, more meat-free products are coming onto the market, but will they actually make a difference?


You might like this

by Rabobank
Forests, farmers and food: The triangular challenge of building a sustainable food system

We owe our lives to Earth’s forests and yet we’re losing them at a rate of one soccer field every second. The 1-billion-dollar AGRI3 Fund is tackling the triangular challenge of preventing deforestation and stimulating reforestation, contributing to sustainable agriculture production, and improving rural livelihoods.

Discover more content on the topics that inspire, engage and inform the world we live in today at the FT Channels hub.