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Reduce your carbon emissions from food in 2024

Calculate product and company emissions, reduce your environmental impact, display carbon labels, and achieve your Net-Zero goals — fast.

A bowl of an assortment of foods including fish, avocado, sweet potato, quinoa, houmous, sweetcorn, salad leaves and blueberries. Beside the bowl is an A carbon rating, with smaller icons of the other carbon ratings ranging from B to E.

Our Customers

  • Just Eat
  • The Good Eating Co.
  • AB World Foods
  • Meatless Farm
  • Selfridges & Co.

Instantly calculate your recipe's carbon emissions

Designed for the food industry, our AI recipe generator effortlessly measures food carbon emissions from just a product name. No manual entry needed, so you can focus on reducing your carbon emissions.

An animation showing the My Emissions AI-powered recipe generator. A person types in the recipe name Chicken burger, no cheese. From this it generates an ingredients list. The user presses Calculate, and is provided with a carbon rating of B, with a carbon intensity rating of 3.64.

Science-based data: the secret ingredient for food carbon calculations

Get a precise picture of your Scope 3 emissions from food with our regional databases, enhanced by primary data from your supply chain. Our assessments follow global standards like the GHG Protocol and SBTi, keeping you on track to achieve your Net-Zero goals.

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Confidently communicate your environmental impact from food

Substantiate your environmental claims with robust emissions data and let customers see your sustainability efforts. Use the My Emissions carbon label on your packaging or menus, to help your customers make more informed, sustainable choices.

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Start your sustainability journey

  1. Step 1


    Measure the emissions of your individual products and dishes.

  2. Step 2


    Identify hotspots and opportunities to reduce your carbon emissions.

  3. Step 3


    Add carbon labels to your menus or packaging and create impact statements.

  4. Step 4


    Report Scope 3 emissions and track progress towards your Net-Zero goals.