Mission Possible: Achieving a net-zero carbon future for food and drink manufacturing

Last updated: 22nd October 2019

Continuing our series of net-zero reports across various industries, edie looks at how food and drink manufacturers are driving forwards towards net zero across their own operations and the supply chain.

This insight report on food and drink manufacturing is the third in the series investigating how various sectors are radically reducing carbon while enabling and empowering its the supply chain to do the same.

Produced in association with Centrica Business Solutions, the 16-page report explores what role sustainability and energy professionals within the UK’s largest food and drink manufacturers can play in achieving ‘net-zero carbon’ status for their businesses. 

The series is inspired by Mission Possible, edie’s award-winning campaign which empowers organisations to ramp up areas across all areas of sustainable development. As such, this report explores what the net-zero manufacturing industry of the future looks like through the lens of the campaign’s core pillars of energyresourcesbuildings, operationstransport and logistics.

The report was developed following in-depth research carried out with a number of sustainability, energy and carbon managers working for food and drink manufacturers, along with experts from industry associations.

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