Ellie Goulding's seltzer brand to roll out carbon footprint labelling

Cecilia Keating
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Ellie Goulding's seltzer brand to roll out carbon footprint labelling

Herefordshire-based company claims to be the world's first seltzer brand to provide climate information on its labels

A seltzer brand part-owned by Ellie Goulding has announced it will roll out carbon footprint labelling across its range from next month. Served announced late last week that all its drinks would soon...

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