Water in Global Agrifood Chains

Jeroen Vos & Rutgerd Boelens

In: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Food Issues

Water in Global Agrifood Chains

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  • Food production requires water. The water that is used to produce a certain food item can be considered “virtual water” embodied in the product. Virtual water can be used to calculate the “water footprint” of ...

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