Carbon offset projects
Even way back when they shared a kitchen, the four boys made ice-cream that was very much appreciated by their friends. "Why is it impossible to buy such good ice-cream?" was a frequently asked question. Much later, they had the idea of changing the ice-cream market. DasEis. is uncompromising: organic, Fairtrade®, made from high-quality and largely regional ingredients. There are vegan and gluten-free varieties, all without industrially processed raw materials and soy-free – to make it just as sustainable as it is high-quality. That's DasEis. And it's climate neutral, too.
"Critical consumers always find their answer with us: taste, quality, sustainability. That's why we also want to work in a climate-neutral way. In order to be sustainable right down to the last detail."
Mindful Chef has always been committed to mindfully sourcing ingredients to empower people to live healthier lives since its inception in 2015. In 2020 they conducted a carbon footprint analysis to
How is a company with more than 30,000 employees and over 900 stores going to be carbon neutral? With a plan implemented step by step. Since 2012, Aldi UK and Ireland has installed 395 solar panel
Naturally Fast Food brand LEON has become the first to serve a carbon-neutral burger and fries range in its more than 60 locations across the UK. For this, LEON is measuring, reducing, and offsetting
Minor Figures makes plant-based, 100% vegan products to lift its customers' coffee and mind - either in their homes or at their favourite local spot. Through working with ClimatePartner they measured
Located near the Port of Hamburg, the family-run Port International has been trading in fruit and vegetables for 140 years. The company was one of the first to introduce organic and fair trade bananas
FOCUSWATER is the modern, low-calorie drink with a sophisticated mixture of vitamins and minerals. It thus supplies the body with important elements of daily needs and does not contain any artificial
Plenaire is from the French expression for “in the open air”, having the qualities of natural air and light. Holistically it is derived from the 1840 painting technique “en plein air”; emphasizing