Food supply chains are unique
The food system has developed over centuries into a complex network with millions of nodes. The network has pathways to communicate price and quality; the food network has no pathways to exchange climate performance information. Acting on climate performance today is an information problem that depends on 2 billion people exchanging climate performance seamlessly.
A climate roadmap for your targets
Different organizations have different supply chains, targets, goals, needs. Craft your climate strategy to fit your organization’s profile.
Where do you fit in best?
Food product emissions
The majority of food product emissions is at the farm gate, far from consumers and mainstream claims, beyond the control of food brands.
Companies reporting on supply chain emissions
Emissions along the supply chain (Scope 3) are notoriously difficult to measure and disclose. Yet it’s the biggest reduction opportunity.
Consumers demanding sustainable products
Consumers are willing to change their purchasing behavior and pay a premium for sustainable, transparent products. Ready to capture the demand?
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