The Oct 2008 newsletter has great info on organic foods. Thanks!
However, the ending is confusing to me. It states:
"About 40% of the world’s grain harvest is fed to animals. Half of this amount of grain would be more than enough to feed all the people on our planet."
But "half that amount" is 20% of the world grain production. And already 60% of the world grain production is not used for animal feed and therefore available to humans. So having an extra 20% of world grain production would only increase the grain available to humans by 33%. So how can that amount be "enough to feed all the people on the planet"?
For if that was true, then there is already 3 times as much grain available as needed to feed all the people on the planet (60% of world grain crop production).
Any explanation would be appreciated.