Fresh Bread

FOOD & DRINK

Why ? | How? | When?

Why?

The global food industry is one of the main drivers of climate change. Most of these emissions result from the meat and dairy industries, but other food and drink products also result in significant emissions that can be reduced. For example, the carbon dioxide emissions resulting from the production of a single can of beer are equivalent to driving a car for 4-6 km. 

 

Public awareness of, and concern about, climate change is growing rapidly, leading to heightened expectations and demand for low carbon or carbon neutral products that enable people to reduce their personal carbon footprint. Making your product carbon neutral and communicating this with confidence to your consumers will give you a substantial competitive advantage. 

How?

We use data-driven carbon dioxide life cycle assessments to establish the greenhouse gas emissions of your product and at what step of the product's life cycle the emissions occur. Based on the results, we make targeted recommendations for how to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions. 

When?

As public and governments' focus on our impact on climate change continues to grow, the opportunity to realise the competitive advantage of being a carbon neutral business, and to be part of positive and necessary change globally and locally, has never been greater. Contact us now to learn more about the advantages of becoming carbon neutral and how we can support you to achieve that.