To give you an idea of how much food is used for biofuels, we can look at just corn-based ethanol. In 2008, 3.6 of the 11 billion bushels of corn produced in the US were used for ethanol production. That’s almost 33%. Fortunately, there is a push to move to biofuels that use either byproducts or non-food items as feedstocks.
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