“Sustainability is crucial”: GNT proves significant carbon footprint reductions after switching to green energy

January 12, 2023 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Externally verified data shows that GNT reduced the average carbon footprint of its plant-based EXBERRY Coloring Foods by 19% in the first year of the company’s sustainability plan. GNT becomes the first coloring foods supplier to issue a Greenhouse Gas Verification Statement and simultaneously releases its new carrot-based color, enabling red meat alternatives to change shade during cooking.

This external verification for the GNT’s emissions data is significant because it enables it to build trust and communicate our efforts transparently as part of a long-term strategy to “become the leader in its field on sustainability.”

Read the full article at: www.foodingredientsfirst.com

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