Sweden now only produces half of what it eats

februari 21, 2014  |   Blog   |    

Three researchers from the Swedish University for the Agricultural Sciences (SLU) argue that Sweden (and conversely, one would hope, all other countries) should take more responsibility for producing its own food, to contribute to global food production, biological diversity, animal wellbeing as well as preparedness for contingencies.

Sweden have among the lower levels of self-sufficiency in food production in Europe.

Frihandeln gör oss blinda för värdet av vårt jordbruk”, Dagens Nyheter, February 21, 2014, in Swedish, by Anders Wästfelt,  SLU and Stockholm University, Camilla Eriksson, SLU and Erik Westholm, professor,  SLU.

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