Lowering GHG Emissions From ‘Field to Fork’
The database provides companies with information from “field to fork” on crops, animals, food manufacturing products and by-products and major commodities raised, harvested and productized across the globe.
The analytics garnered from the Food and Feed database help manufacturers and retailers drive improvements throughout the supply chain, PE International says. It helps companies reduce their carbon footprint and lower energy demand and production costs.
Organizations can use the frequently updated data to target lower GHG emissions from food production on a national level and in the EU, the database can be used for PEF (Product Environmental Footprint) pilot projects.
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