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1. Why Dietary Change Is Not the Path to Reducing Animal Agriculture's Environmental Footprint

The International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE) is an important opportunity for meetings and networking and also where great opportunities for learning occur. I had the opportunity to participate in the Animal Agriculture Sustainability Summit, hosted by the American Feed Industry Association, Meat Institute, and U.S. Poultry and Egg Association.

Tags: Meat, Environment
By Lara Moody
2. IFEEDER Newsletter: Volume 8, Issue 6

In this issue:

  • WANTED: Enteric Emissions-Reducing Ingredients & Additives for On-Farm Trials
  • Gathering Input for the Swine NRC Update
  • Innovation and Feed: How Animal Ag Can Reduce Its Environmental Footprint
  • What I'm Reading: Environmental Impact of Lab-Grown Meat Potentially Worse Than Beef
  • Where You'll Find IFEEDER Next
  • Donate Now!
Tags: beef, environment
3. Innovation and Feed: How Animal Ag Can Reduct Its Environmental Footprint

As the agrifood sector seeks opportunities to use feed to reduce the environmental footprint of animal production, the discussion focused on the importance of innovation in its many forms — linking solutions from feedstuff production to the rations consumed by the animals.

Tags: Planet, Environment
By AFIA Editor
4. IFEEDER Seeks Partners for Second Phase of Sustainability Project

The Institute for Feed Education and Research (IFEEDER) announced today that it is moving forward with the second phase of its Sustainability Road Map Project, which has played a pivotal role in helping dozens of U.S. animal food companies start or advance their sustainability journeys.

Tags: people, planet, governance, toolkit, stakeholders, data, LCA, environment, road map
5. Communicating Feed's Impact Via the Protein PACT

The Protein PACT for the People, Animals & Climate of Tomorrow unites partners including the Institute for Feed Education and Research (IFEEDER) across the animal agriculture supply chain in the largest-ever effort to strengthen animal protein’s contributions to the people, animals and climate of tomorrow. Following the Protein PACT’s launch in July 2021, the North American Meat Institute (Meat Institute) and our partners have been hard at work to set measurable baselines, verify progress toward ambitious achievements and communicate transparently about how nutrient-dense animal-sourced foods contribute to sustainable food security solutions.

Tags: Stakeholders, Beef, Environment
By Guest
6. IFEEDER Releases Materials to Support Industry Sustainability Progress

The U.S. animal food industry is poised to collaborate with and address the future sustainability needs of its customers, thanks in part to new tools unveiled today at the International Production & Processing Expo.

Tags: pets, people, planet, governance, toolkit, stakeholders, environment, road map
7. IFEEDER Releases 2021-22 Annual Update

The Institute for Feed Education and Research (IFEEDER) released its 2021-22 annual update this week, providing financial and project highlights for the 501(c)(3) public charity.

Tags: scholarship, environment
8. 3 Things to Know About Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) for your Products or Production System

There is a growing interest for animal food companies to better understand the impacts of their operations and supply chains to identify market opportunities and meet expectations of downstream stakeholders. Utilizing life cycle assessment (LCA) tools are a great way to assess the footprint of operations and existing product lines. They can also be used to innovate and seize on growing demand for sustainable products in the marketplace.

Tags: LCA, Data, Environment
By Lara Moody
9. Livestock Feed is an Undervalued Opportunity for Food Companies to Achieve Sustainability Goals

Most of the environmental impact for animal protein is embedded in the feed that animals eat. By reducing feed impacts, food companies have an opportunity to make significant progress toward climate and sustainability goals.

Tags: LCA, Data, Environment
By Lara Moody
10. New Report Examines Impact of Increased Use of Non-GM Feed on U.S. Animal Feed Industry

The Institute for Feed Education and Research (IFEEDER) released new research today which shows that if more U.S. food companies are to require feed for their livestock and poultry be free from genetically modified (GM) ingredients, then greenhouse gas emissions on farms could rise, grain elevator and feed mill product handling and production requirements would be greater, and the price of meat, milk and eggs for consumers could increase.

Tags: dairy, eggs, data, environment, GM free

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