Wyke Farms’ ‘Net Positive Farming’ sustainability study finds that eating cheddar from Somerset could cut consumers’ cheese consumption carbon footprint by 55%.
The new initiative, aiming to accelerate climate change action and reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the dairy sector, is already backed by organisations representing approximately 30% of global milk production.
Royal DSM has announced a series of new quantifiable commitments aimed to address urgent societal and environmental challenges linked to how the world produces and consumes food by 2030.
From exceeding its climate goals to being recognised as a leader by CDP for the fifth year running for environmental transparency and action, the report reflects on the company’s 2020 achievements and commitments moving forward.
Arla UK has launched a new report revealing carbon footprint data from almost 2,000 dairy farms and the steps being taken to reduce farm emissions by 30% by 2030.
Both brands will use clear OPRL labelling – the most recognised recycling label in the UK.