Dairy replacements are one of the fastest growing categories in food. Many brands try to claim a piece of the pie. The Dutch-German brand Happy Coco wanted to take the extra step: What is their exact environmental footprint? Where does it come from? And most importantly: How can they improve it?
Last year, the Scottish craft brewery emitted 68.000 tons of CO₂. Now they are carbon negative. How did they achieve that?
Quinoa is tasty, but what is the CO₂ footprint of it? And how does it compare to its biggest competitor – rice?
We should never compare apples and oranges. Or should we? What’s the environmental impact of different fruits – and how does it differ when they come from different places?
What’s the environmental impact of plastic vs. glass packaging? The winner might surprise you. We’ve calculated the difference for strawberry jam and apple juice.
For consumers, it’s hard to compare the carbon footprint of different food products. These companies lead by example and show their carbon footprint on their packaging.