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8 carbon-neutral brands aiming to cut the food and beverage industry’s emissions

Chris Casey of Food Dive writes about the food industry’s shift toward sustainability.

The C3 Take
  • Several food and beverage companies are taking proactive steps to reduce emissions.
  • One such company is Anheuser-Busch, who this month announced the production of a zero carb, zero carbon beer called Bud Light Next.
  • The company will offset production emissions by investing in forest management and tree planting projects.
  • Private sector leadership is creating a more sustainable planet.

“The beer giant worked to achieve this certification with Climate Neutral, a nonprofit that helps brands develop solutions for cutting their greenhouse gas emissions. To offset its carbon, Bud Light Next is supporting forest management efforts, including a project led by timber company UPM Blandin in Minnesota, the brand told Food Dive. Anheuser-Busch said consumers will be able to see the Climate Neutral Certification on cans starting in June.”

Read the full article here.

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