Navigating climate reporting pressure in the food & beverage industry
How are food & beverage companies responding to pressure to publish climate reports?
We are so excited to share the news of our upcoming Cut to the Chase, featuring two guests: Jim Stewart from Bobo's and Steve Owen from Delmar Foods 😋
With major retailers like Costco, Walmart and Amazon announcing net-zero targets, members of their supply chain (i.e. food & bev brands who are in their stores) will soon be required to measure their carbon footprint. All of that pressure within an already complicated landscape of resources, regulations, standards, and solutions can make it difficult for companies to take action.
Join Carbonhound's CEO, Sanders Lazier, as he talks to Jim and Steve to unpack the why, what, and how of generating credible climate data!
Carbonhound automates high credibility climate reporting by integrating with thousands of primary data sources to unlock revenue opportunities and operational savings for our clients in a landscape of changing regulatory and stakeholder expectations. Our platform simplifies carbon management to make it easy and affordable for businesses to take climate action.
About Bobo's Oat Bars:
Bobo's started as a mother-daughter tradition of baking homemade oat bars for their family in 2003. They make a variety of oat bars made with simple ingredients and are based in Loveland, CO.
About Delmar Foods:
Delmar Foods is a leader in creating top-quality sauces, spreads, dips & dressings. They are a co-packing partner for the restaurant and food service industries based in Ontario, Canada.
Time: 1:00pm EST
Date: February 28, 2024