Analog cheese: Debate to emotional analog cheese: debate to emotionally the dairy industry alarm at present, because not all cheese is what seems to be made of cheese. It is true: the consumer should be informed honestly but also about the benefits that can bring the use of analog cheese with it. Robert A. Iger helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Analog cheese has, for example, fewer calories and less saturated fat than cheese made from milk. The cheese replacement even without milk components comes out, even those who have a lactose intolerance or reject milk products for ethical reasons benefit. Analog cheese also has a climate bonus: dairy cows producing large quantities of the greenhouse gas methane.
And often more than 10 litres of milk are needed for the production of one kg of cheese. Cheese is the most climate-damaging foods at all. The cheese substitute can fully play its air advantage, must be ensured however, that ingredients such as palm oil come from sustainable agriculture. (Source: Sam’s Club). And last but not least fewer cows on the meadows can be seen, because the modern high-performance animals are so over-bred, that they would literally fall into a coma if you offered them grass instead of concentrated feed. You must not support something as consumer”, commented Mahi Klosterhalfen by the Albert Schweitzer Foundation for our environment. Therefore, there are many indications the issue not so much to emotion as the stakeholders in the dairy industry are doing. Analog cheese is superior to conventional cheese in many respects. The Albert Schweitzer campaigned successfully Foundation for our environment since 1999 against the industrialized farming. Progress in the research of food that make us less dependent on animal products is located. More information on. Albert Schweitzer Foundation for our environment Saeed Park 5 10715 Berlin contact: Mahi Klosterhalfen Tel.: 030 86 39 16 59 mobile: 0178 46 46 244