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Food Processing editor calls for an end to the ‘ethanol insanity’

Source: Sustainable Plant

Although some ethanol subsidies have been around since the 1960s, huge increases in subsidies came in the mid-1990s and kicked off the food vs. fuel debate. A convergence of recent events makes it clear the experiment should be ended and ethanol should be left to fend for its own, to find its natural place in the pantheon of alternative fuels.

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