The problem is that it's not black and white. It's not about one food item being good and one being bad. Its about the context in which they're grown and the resources required to produce them.
In other words, how they're farmed. Some farming techniques use a lot more water and land than another.
The truth is that right now it's almost impossible to know whether much of the food you buy is really good or bad for the environment.
There's a gap between wanting to buy food that is better for our planet, and having the information you need to help you make those better choices. That's what we're trying to fix.
Every purchase really does make a difference.
So, make your purchases count by using Sustained to confidently pick lower impact food.
Help us shape products that make a positive difference to the world by being part of our feedback loop. What else?