Working with suppliers indirectly means Brazilian meat-processing giants often get beef raised on land that was once Amazonian rainforest. Photo: AFP Working with suppliers indirectly means Brazilian meat-processing giants often get beef raised on land that was once Amazonian rainforest. Photo: AFP
Working with suppliers indirectly means Brazilian meat-processing giants often get beef raised on land that was once Amazonian rainforest. Photo: AFP

Nearly a third of Hong Kong’s beef comes from suppliers linked to deforested areas of Amazon rainforest, Greenpeace study shows

  • Environmental group calls on supermarkets to stop selling beef from Brazilian meat-packers they say buy indirectly from ranches that have razed forest
  • Hong Kong and mainland China are two top markets for beef from Brazil, where pace of deforestation has quickened under President Jair Bolsonaro

Topic |   Environment
Working with suppliers indirectly means Brazilian meat-processing giants often get beef raised on land that was once Amazonian rainforest. Photo: AFP Working with suppliers indirectly means Brazilian meat-processing giants often get beef raised on land that was once Amazonian rainforest. Photo: AFP
Working with suppliers indirectly means Brazilian meat-processing giants often get beef raised on land that was once Amazonian rainforest. Photo: AFP
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