Meadow Foods Update

Meadow Foods has set out plans to produce the lowest carbon footprint milk in the UK.

The dairy ingredients supplier has partnered with Altruistiq, a data management platform, to measure accurate emissions data to speed up its sustainability agenda.

Since 2018, Meadow Foods has worked with its farmers to reduce their carbon footprint by 21%, making their total footprint some 64% lower than the global average and 16% lower than the UK average for a litre of milk, it claimed.

This was achieved with the support of Altruistiq’s tool for farmer engagement. It provided the supplier with quantifiable carbon data and has identified the largest and most concentrated sources of emission to refine the business’s decarbonisation initiatives.

Read more at: The Grocer

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