Meat and leather industries have much in common

Hsin Huang, Secretary General, International Meat Secretariat
Published:  11 August, 2016
Hsin Huang, Secretary General, International Meat Secretariat

Article first published in ILM July-August 2016 edition. The meat and livestock industry is making great strides towards becoming more sustainable. This is fortunate as with a growing population, projected to be over 9 billion by 2050, there will be an increase of around 75% in the demand for meat. Meat and other animal products such as milk and eggs provide a critical contribution and diversity to diets, are nutrient-rich and energy-dense, and are excellent sources of protein, vitamins and key micronutrients.

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