Climate Crisis

Quorn, the biggest meat-alternative brand in the world, is introducing carbon footprint data for its top 30 selling products. The new labelling will better inform people who want to understand the environmental impact of the foods they buy and their food’s impact on climate change. ‘Farm to Shop’ carbon footprint data, certified by the Carbon Trust, will be available for its top sellers, which represent 60% of its product volume. Initially available on the Quorn website, the carbon footprint data will be rolled out onto packaging later in 2020. This comes at ...


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