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Plant-Based Milk Company Announces Carbon Neutral Certification

Rebel Kitchen achieves Carbon Neutral Certification

One of the UK’s leading plant-based food and drink producers Rebel Kitchen has announced that they are now officially a carbon-neutral company.

With the help of Provenance – a platform that empowers brands to take steps towards transparency, and Carbon Analytics – a company that helps businesses measure their entire carbon footprint, Rebel Kitchen has offset their entire business-wide carbon footprint for 2018-19 to become recognised as a carbon-neutral organisation.

In Rebel Kitchens purpose manifesto, they state that ‘radical honesty is the only way’, which was the driving force behind achieving carbon neutrality by 2025, giving them a 5-year window to improve.

Now, just 6 months later, their carbon footprint for 2018/19 was 4,041.82, with a reduction in their carbon intensity of -14% – that’s the equivalent of a 747 flying non-stop for 5.32 days or driving the average car for 17.93 years 24 / 7.

In addition to achieving their carbon neutral, carbon offsetting and carbon measured certification, they are also approved by the Soil Association as being an organic company, Glyphosate Residue Free by detoxproject.org and B Corp certified for meeting rigorous standards of social and environmental performance.

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