Food and Beverage

How food and drink manufacturers can tackle risks on the path to net zero

Download your food and drink sector summary

Reducing carbon emissions in the food and drink sector is typically harder than other types of manufacturing due to its energy-intensive heating and cooling processes. But today's consumers prefer sustainably produced goods and regulators/retailers are demanding emissions cuts to meet climate goals.

With supply chain complexities and inflation continuing to eat into tight margins, how can food and drink manufacturers accelerate their path to net zero?

We surveyed 300 European executives to find out how they’re overcoming net zero challenges – and there are clear learnings for this sector. Download our food and drink sector summary to find out:

  • Why food and drink manufacturers must broaden their focus on emissions reporting
  • How stakeholder pressure is influencing the business case for net zero
  • How hydrogen will influence future technology investments

The learnings can help you to prepare the business case for more sustainable operations now, to be ready to meet compliance targets and avoid higher carbon emissions prices.

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