Meatless Monday: Cook Up a Better Future!
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With the industrialized food system responsible for up to one-fifth of all human-caused greenhouse gas emissions, food is a cause of climate change. Yet food is also a victim of climate change, as changing weather patterns and flooding affect crops worldwide.
But more importantly, food is a solution to climate change. By reducing our meat consumption, we reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
We teamed up with Meatless Monday to invite chefs to have a direct impact on climate change by creating signature plant-based dishes. These dishes feature Sea Island white flint corn grits, an Ark of Taste ingredient provided by Anson Mills.
Find a participating restaurant by viewing the map above and join us to Cook Up a Better Future!
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