Environmentally destructive foods we all consume

Palm Oil: Production leads to deforestation, habitat destruction, and loss of biodiversity in tropical regions.

Beef: Cattle farming contributes to deforestation, greenhouse gas emissions, and water pollution.

Soybeans: Often grown in monocultures, leading to deforestation, habitat loss, and pesticide use.

Shrimp: Aquaculture practices can destroy mangroves, disrupt ecosystems, and use excessive antibiotics.

Processed Foods: Production involves resource-intensive methods, packaging waste, and transportation emissions.

Bluefin Tuna: Overfishing threatens the species' survival and disrupts marine ecosystems.

Almond Farming: Requires vast amounts of water, leading to water scarcity in drought-prone regions.

Avocado: Intensive farming practices lead to deforestation, water depletion, and soil erosion.