Not necessarily. Biofuels can be produced from a variety of wastes, such as those associated with processing wastes (e.g. cheese), from restaurant waste, agricultural wastes, etc., and these fuels should actually be considered more highly than the traditional agricultural products such as corn and soy. Pressure on agriculture to produce fuels is actually quite high already, and with the ongoing food crisis, there is no need to use agricultural lands to produce non-edible products when plenty of other alternatives exist.
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