The press corner 📰

Browse through press releases, podcasts and articles that cover CarbonCloud and the climate transparency movement in food. For press inquiries contact us at

News articles

Farm Groups Rally Against SEC Proposal to Report Climate Data

The Wall Street Journal – Kristina Peterson, Patrick Thomas, October 29, 2022

Would carbon food labels change the way you shop?

Financial Times – Niko Kommenda, Caroline Nevitt, Emiko Terazono, Sam Joiner and Ellen Davies, June 30, 2022

10 European startups simplifying supply chains, according to VCs

Sifted – Connor Bilboe, February 10, 2022

Could carbon labelling soon become routine?

Financial Times – Judith Evans, November 19, 2020

Carboncloud vill göra det enklare att spåra livsmedel – backas med 10 miljoner

Breakit – Jon Wahlqvist, September 3, 2020 (🇸🇪 Swedish)

Podcasts & Media

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TEDxGöteborg – ConneXions

We have a climate crisis in the food industry – How can we fix it?

CarbonCloud’s CEO, David Bryngelsson, analyzing climate transparency throughout the food supply chain for the 2 billion people working in the food industry.

inGood hands does an interview with CEO David Bryngelsson

 🇸🇪 SWE: Staycheappodden interviews CEO David Bryngelsson.

Interview with CEO David Bryngelsson on Green Means Business

Presskit & Boilerplate

CarbonCloud translates decades of climate research into actionable insights for the food industry through a scalable SaaS platform and the world’s largest carbon footprint dataset. SMEs and large enterprise increase transparency throughout the supply chain, in real-time, and at every operational level. CarbonCloud’s customer portfolio includes some of the most committed food companies from around the globe and was founded in Gothenburg, Sweden.

“Until now, climate footprints have been slowly calculated by hand. We’re using modern technology to solve the problems of the future, automating the calculation process and handing it over to computers. This allows us to calculate massive amounts of footprints simultaneously with consistent quality.”David Bryngelsson, CEO at CarbonCloud

Media kit
Photos of CEO and CTO, screenshots of the app.

Press releases



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