The “Good Guide” website below offers a list of cheeses and gives a rating for each, and if you click on the individual cheeses you can also see its environmental impact rating. However, Kraft “cheese” (I put that in quotations because it is artificial) has had some issues with the Environmental Protection Agency in the past. The EPA claimed that the Kraft food processing plant violated environmental requirements by releasing 125 pounds of ozone-depleting refrigerant, and releasing 500 gallons of oil which migrated to a nearby river, in Massachusetts. Also, think about all the energy required just to make the cheese product! It is the furthest thing from being natural. And since each slice is individually wrapped, there are millions of tons of wasted plastic wrappers polluting our planet.
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