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February 1, 2008

BRIEFING: The food versus fuel debate

The focus of this month’s briefing is the ‘food versus fuel’ debate, which is set to ascend further up the media’s, governments’ and - gradually - consumers’ agendas throughout the course of 2008. Despite being the subject of numerous political, environmental and media discussions over the past few years, the issue of using land for food or fuel cultivation is only just starting to attract the attention of a more mainstream crowd. just-food maintains a nonbiased perspective to demonstrate both sides of the argument, looking at the pros and cons of biofuels, which food companies are involved, what consumers think, and what the future holds.

February 2008 management briefing

The focus of this month’s briefing is the ‘food versus fuel’ debate, which is set to ascend further up the media’s, governments’ and – gradually – consumers’ agendas throughout the course of 2008. Despite being the subject of numerous political, environmental and media discussions over the past few years, the issue of using land for food or fuel cultivation is only just starting to attract the attention of a more mainstream crowd. just-food maintains a nonbiased perspective to demonstrate both sides of the argument, looking at the pros and cons of biofuels, which food companies are involved, what consumers think, and what the future holds.

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