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McDonald’s launches study into flatulent cows


January 18, 2010
By The Telegraph (London)

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January 14, 2010 – Fast
food chain McDonald’s is to investigate the methane produced by cattle used for
its burger meat as part of a project to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


January 14, 2010 – Fast
food chain McDonald’s is to investigate the methane produced by cattle used for
its burger meat as part of a project to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The chain, which uses beef
from 350,000 cattle a year and is one of Europe’s largest beef buyers, has
launched a study into emissions from cattle on 350 farms across Britain.

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