Sustainability claims: A 56% growth opportunity for food producers and retailers
Attributing sustainability claims to sales growth has been a year-long quest with loose results for the food industry. A new market report puts the quest to rest, providing 5-year-long evidence that s
Comparing apples & oranges: Climate footprints of 10,000 food products revealed
ClimateHub, the free-access carbon footprint database by CarbonCloud, digitally releases the climate footprint of 10,000 branded food and beverage products at the American grocery store shelves. Ahead
Sysco Subsidiary Menigo Applies CarbonCloud Machine Learning to 23,000 products
Menigo launches its largest climate data initiative ever in a new partnership with CarbonCloud. The startup’s climate intelligence platform calculates the footprint of the entire product portfolio w
Retailer climate targets: What’s coming for suppliers?
You spoke; we listened. When we asked food product and brand owners what their biggest pains are, their response was loud and clear: Retailers. Getting listed, pitching, branding, competitive edge,
Grocery shopping with a climate budget: Jeff’s diary
What exactly does a climate footprint label mean? What does it translate to on the store shelves and our daily plates? Shopping with a climate budget works similarly to our weekly grocery budget: Some
The future of retail: The climate-transparent KnowVember store experience
Between November 2nd-6th the collective CarbonCloud heart was beating at the KnowVember pop-up store – the first climate-transparent store in the UK where consumers leave knowing the climate footpri
Unboxing climate footprinting with When in Rome
This fall, When in Rome became the first wine brand in the UK to go public with their climate footprint. The wine brand set out to redefine bag-in-box wine – and they have good reasons for doing it.
Consumer demand for sustainable products is growing: Here’s proof.
If we’ve met before you have probably heard from us that consumer demand for sustainable products is increasing. And what better place to study this trend in-depth than where the action happens: Gro