foodprint

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Blend of food +‎ footprint

Noun[edit]

foodprint (plural foodprints)

  1. The environmental impact, or footprint, of food, including the amount of land required to sustain a diet, the amount of carbon dioxide produced, if the food is organic, and if it is local.
    My carbon foodprint is relatively small as I live a locavore’s diet.