From French sea almonds to Greek wild fennel, locals recommend Europe’s must-try seasonal food.
Sarah Faith is a senior values writer at activist travel company, Responsible Travel.
We all know the carbon cost of flying, but holidays come with another planetary price tag: your foodprint.
Ten per cent or more of your holiday carbon emissions come from what you eat.
Thankfully there’s an easy way to trim your foodprint, and still enjoy a great trip.
Eating seasonally and locally while travelling reduces food miles, and eliminates the need for refrigerated transport or climate-controlled greenhouses. It also allows you to connect with local people and culture.
So if you want to travel Europe in
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