Flora owner to introduce carbon labelling across its products

Cecilia Keating
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Upfield specialises in plant-based alternatives to dairy products | Credit: Upfield
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Upfield specialises in plant-based alternatives to dairy products | Credit: Upfield

Plant-based food giant Upfield has unveiled plans to print environmental labels on 100 million packs of food by the close of 2021

Flora spread owner Upfield has become the latest company to embrace carbon labelling, announcing yesterday that it intends to print environmental information on the packaging of much of its range of plant-based...

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