The world’s biggest food companies are leading the way to carbon transparency. Can you afford to ignore them?

100.000+ food products in your supermarket will soon have carbon labels. Retailers are pushing, too. For brands and packaging suppliers, understanding and communicating your footprint is now a matter of staying competitive.
Unilever and Nestlé will add environmental footprints to all their products. This move heralds the start of a new era: Carbon labels will be the new standard on supermarket shelves.
 
And retailers are soon to follow.
 
Already today, the biggest retailers in Europe are testing carbon footprint calculations. Delhaize (Albert Heijn, Bol.com, Etos), Lidl, Aldi, Carrefour – it’s only a matter of time until carbon footprints on their shelves will be mandatory.
 
With the biggest food companies and retailers in the world joining forces, every food brand will have to accept the new normal.
 
And time is running out.
 
With 100.000+ carbon-transparent products in the supermarket, understanding your footprint is a matter of staying relevant on the shelf.
 

We help the world's leading food brands measure & improve their environmental impact.

 We’ve calculated and analyzed the environmental footprint of more than 300 organizations. We have worked with retail, growers, food processors and food packaging companies. Together with our clients, we have solved problems such as:

Packaging scenarios

How does the impact of my packaging change when I switch to a different material?

LCA & Communication

How can I communicate my carbon footprint to partners / retail?

Organic vs. non-organic footprint

How does my product compare to a (non-) organic alternative?

Improvement potential

How can I effectively reduce my environmental impact?

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