Meat has a large water footprint. This is because the amount of steps it takes for meat to be produced. Grain must be grown first, and then an animal must consume the grain. Energy is lost during this process. So, water must be used to water the grain, and then water is used for the maintenance of the animal. Free-range meat has a smaller ecological footprint overall.
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