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 and B Corp certified for meeting rigorous standards of social and environmental performance.

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