When you buy food from a ‘factory farm’ you’re contributing to climate change

Google has announced that it is ending a deal with Canadian-based factory farms to supply its online shopping platform with produce.

The move comes amid mounting concerns over climate change and the effects of the greenhouse gas on the environment.

The Google deal with the Ontario-based Agri-Food Canada (AGC) will end in 2021.

In the process, Google will stop buying from Agri Food Canada and its other suppliers, including the food processing giant Procter & Gamble, which supplies more than 90% of its food and beverages in Canada.

The announcement is the latest in a string of actions by the company to move away from relying on agriculture to supply Google.

Last year, Google stopped buying from its parent company Unilever in a move that was met with a backlash.

Google said that it would only buy products from suppliers that “meet or exceed certain environmental and social standards,” and that the move would help drive down costs for its food supply.

Google said in a blog post that the decision to phase out its supply chain in 2021 was a result of “the growing public awareness about the impacts of climate change, as well as the challenges associated with it, on our suppliers and consumers.”

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