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Broiler carbon footprint
Scandi Standard

Scandi Standard

Better Chicken for a Better Life

Scandi Standard starts using Biocode to manage carbon footprint across the broiler supply chain

Lagerblad Foods meatballs

Innovating for a Greener Future: How Lagerblad Foods Integrates Carbon Footprint into Product Development

Lagerblad Foods

Lagerblad Foods

Food made by chefs since 1998


Comparing Carbon Footprints: Vöner Burger vs. Traditional Beef Patty


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Handful of strawberries

Pakkasmarja calculated the carbon footprint of its entire production chain


A berry company owned by farmers

Anton&Anton uses Biocode as part of its responsibility work

Anton & Anton

Anton & Anton

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Vegan burger

Vöner does carbon footprint assessment with Biocode


Plant based food

Kalavapriikki calculates the product-specific carbon footprint with Biocode


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Helsinki Mills calculates the product carbon footprint with Biocode

Helsinki Mills

Helsinki Mills

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Feelia Foodservice liittyy Biocode Collectiveen

Feelia’s product-specific carbon footprint is calculated with Biocode


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