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A Guide to Future-Proof Scope 3 Reporting

Measure and manage the carbon footprint of your entire supply system

  • What Scope 3 means for food brands & CPGs
  • Why brands & CPGs are facing mounting pressure to report on Scope 3
  • How Scope 3 is measured in the industry
  • The best way to measure Scope 3 emissions for foo supply systems
Measure and manage the carbon footprint of your entire supply system
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Measure and manage the carbon footprint of your entire supply system

What's inside
87% of a food company’s total GHG emissions are Scope 3 – meaning they’re outside of a company’s direct control. Meanwhile, mounting pressure from consumers, investors, and regulators makes it more important than ever for CPGs to commit to reducing their carbon footprints.
This report lays out why brands and CPGs are facing mounting pressure to report on carbon footprints, how Scope 3 impact is measured in the industry, and the best way to measure Scope 3 emissions for food supply systems.

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