Shocking Facts About Factory Farming VS Sustainable Farming – Infographic

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Factory Farming VS Sustainable Farming: Ever wonder where the food you eat comes from?

In the infographic below, A to Z Solutions breaks down and compares the impacts from a factory farming and sustainable farming on the environment, fossil fuel, health, animal welfare, waste, transportation, and more.

Did you know that since factory farms and slaughterhouses are highly unsanitary, this contributes to 5,000 deaths from food borne illnesses a year in the U.S.?

At the same time, sustainable farms produce foods without hazardous chemicals, leading to food with higher levels of antioxidants which can help fight against cancer.

Check out the infographic below to find out tons more interesting facts and statistics about Factory Farming VS Sustainable Farming.

Shocking Facts About Factory Farming VS Sustainable Farming
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