Carbon labelling system could help food firms cut emissions by 30%
A digital carbon labelling system aimed at food businesses is on course to help firms achieve a 30% reduction in emissions by 2025.
Food firms using a new digital carbon labelling system, project to see a 30% reduction in their emissions by 2030, the developers have claimed.
Created by tech start-up Dynamify and software Klimato, the labelling system has aided its users in reducing emissions by up to 16% in just over a year. According to Dynamify, this translates to a carbon reduction of 30% by 2025.