This is really nicely done and it is exactly what many are looking for. Thank you so much! If it is to be shared more widely it might help to add a remark about how sensitive the results are to which country the animal products are from and whether they’re organic or not. The reason for this being that many in the public sphere (and not infrequently wrongly) assume that this makes a crucial difference.
Thank you Dominic! There is already a paragraph about transportation on the methods page of the website. I will add a paragraph about organic food as well.
Great!And just to add a small comment: The country of origin does not only affect transport distance but also the legal standards for animal welfare (and to a lesser extent how much GHGs are involved in production). My impression is that many people overrate this. They think “Oh yes, there is horrible animal farming elsewhere - but I only eat meat from my own country and surely everything is much better here.” It would be nice to have something to counter this objection.