We support the world in a transition to climate smart eating habits

Climate footprints for food

For Restaurants

CarbonAte

  • Increase revenue with more loyal and happier guests
  • Win procurements with precise data on climate performance
  • Reduce costs with cheaper ingredients
  • Save time in the menu planning process
  • Reduce business risk with knowledge about your climate performance
  • Do something concrete and quantifiable for the climate
  • Highlight your awesomeness! You most likely already serve climate smart food. You and your guests just don't know it yet
  • and more

For Food Producers

CarbonData

  • Reduce business risks connected to future climate policy
  • Increase customer loyalty through transparency and quantitative climate labels on your products
  • Win procurements with reliable third-party data on climate footprints
  • Highlight your awesomeness compared to your competitors or to benchmarks
  • Reduce climate footprints with quantified climate footprints throughout the production chain and hotspot identification. Focus efforts where you get the most bang for the buck
  • Save time & money with climate calculations 90% faster & cheaper than traditional LCA-based methods
  • and more

Do you want to have the numbers and knowledge regarding your climate footprint?

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The climate impact of food

Food accounts for nearly 25% of the world's total emissions of greenhouse gases. Good news is that European food consumers have the potential to reduce their climate footprint from eating with over 60% without downsides.
Climate calculations based on over 20 years of research

Today, all sectors of the economy contribute to climate change by emitting greenhouse gases. These emissions together cause the temperature of Earth to slowly rise.

From the perspective of the private consumption of a typical Swede, around 30% of the greenhouse gas emissions are caused by food consumption. Reducing the climate footprint of food is therefore an important part of reaching our climate targets. There are large differences in climate footprint between different types of food.

Therefore, by simply choosing what to eat, consumers can make a significant reduction in their personal climate footprints. But of course, there is also a potential to reduce the climate footprint from any specific product.
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  • The food system accounts for nearly 25% of the world's total emissions. The largest potential for reducing these emissions lies in the consumer stage.

  • 1 Kg beef has the same carbon footprint as driving a normal-sized car 140Km

  • The average Swede can reduce their emissions from food with over 60%.

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