Quorn becomes first major food firm to launch CO2 labels

Madeleine Cuff
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Carbon footprint data displayed on packs will signal to consumers how planet-friendly each product is

What's better for the planet, mince or sausages? Soon shoppers will have the answer - for their meat-free meals at least - after Quorn yesterday announced plans to become the first major food producer...

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