Greenpeace says global beef trade destroying Amazon


* Greenpeace links big foreign firms to Amazon destruction * It says Amazon meat "laundered" through supply chain * Brazilian exporters deny the allegations By Stuart Grudgings RIO DE JANEIRO, May 31 (Reuters) - Consumers around the world are unwittingly fueling destruction of the Amazon forest by buying Brazilian beef products linked to illegal deforestation, environment group Greenpeace said on Sunday. In a report titled "Slaughtering the Amazon" the group also accused the ...

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