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Small changes, big impact: how ingredient decisions affect the sustainability impact of your products

Although plant-based options are generally better for the planet than animal-based products, individual ingredients and their agricultural practices and growing locations are critical in determining environmental impact. 

This webinar, hosted by ProVeg International in partnership with HowGood, will shine a light on some common (and not so common) ingredients, and how to tweak formulations or growing locations in order to reduce carbon emissions or water usage. These changes can have a dramatic impact on emissions and provide improved supply-chain stability.

The webinar will cover:

  • Why you should be prioritising sustainability with your plant-based product, and the importance of sustainability to consumers.
  • The environmental impact of the different stages of food-and-ingredient production. 
  • How switching ingredients can improve your carbon footprint.
  • The importance and impact of growing location.

You’ll come away with a better understanding of how to improve your product’s environmental impact and get closer to reaching your net-zero targets. 

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm CET

15 December 2022

Rachel Calomeni

SVP, Growth & Innovation, HowGood

Emma Yates

Growth & Innovation, HowGood

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