Mindful Chef – Carbon Neutral Recipe Box Company

Last updated: 13th September 2022

Mindful Chef has always been committed to mindfully sourcing ingredients to empower people to live healthier lives since its inception in 2015.

Mindful Chef has always been committed to mindfully sourcing ingredients to empower people to live healthier lives since its inception in 2015. In 2020 they conducted a carbon footprint analysis to identify not only the impact of their operations on the environment, but also to locate the biggest contributors to it. They have set the ambition to be Net Zero by 2030, and armed with better understanding of their operations, they have set objectives around increasing the number of plant based meals in their offering and the concentration of zero-emission delivery vehicles.

In addition to ensuring their operations are carbon neutral, they are funding projects around the world that contribute to 7 of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. One project involves protecting the Amazon in Brazil from deforestation. Another supports families in Ghana with cleaner methods of cooking. This does not only offer a less carbon emitting alternative, but also reduces the exposure of families to the damaging effects of cooking using coal or wood ultimately reducing respiratory illnesses.

“The support and guidance ClimatePartner provided as we took our first step towards Net Zero and became Carbon Neutral was unparalleled. Their expertise and openness made navigating what can be a complex and evolving topic completely approachable. On top of that there’s a real sense of their passion for what they do, their desire to share knowledge and their commitment to helping companies like ours take the best action possible.”

Emma Detain, Sustainability Manager, Mindful Chef



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