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.

Feed

Feed

The food industry is doubling down on footprinting to measure circular economy initiatives, improve and measure biodiversity and improve responsible sourcing of soy and palm oil.

Farmer & Grower

Farmer & Grower

Farmer associations are focusing on sustainable energy and reducing the overall environmental impact of farming.

Food Processing

Food Processing

Retail and industry in the Netherlands want to reduce packaging by 20% by 2025. Energy efficiency and environmental disclosure on packaging are other hot topics.

Transport & Distribution

Transport & Distribution

With new distribution players, decentralized sourcing and a more efficient performance are looked for in the transportation sector.

Supermarket &
Retail

Supermarket & Retail

Retail and industry in the Netherlands want to reduce packaging by 20% by 2025. Albert Heijn, Jumbo and Lidl are introducing sustainability and carbon labels. Energy efficiency is another hot topic.

Packaging

Packaging

Retail and industry in the Netherlands want to reduce packaging by 20% by 2025. The EU launched a Sustainable consumption and production round table. Designing for circularity and reducing packaging are the top priorities.
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, food companies 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 competitive.
 
But what else is happening in the industry?
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