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Partner Methodology

We are proud to partner with experts in this specialist field and all the data is aligned to the GHG Protocol and chapter 11 of the new land sector guidance. We use detailed emissions factors covering a farm to door methodology developed by experts in the space. Our emissions factors cover everything from land use impact, fertilizer use, production yields, transportation, packaging and processing covering carbon and all equivalents.

Make CO2 a KPI in the hospitality & food sectors

Align revenue and purchasing to CO2 emissions from the supply chain.

50% of the food & drink sector's CO2 is on the plate, but there is no visibility


of the food & drink sector’s CO2 is on the plate,
but there is no visibility

Enabling hospitality brands, suppliers and food manufactures to quantify the CO2 originating from their supply, giving the insight required to make positive action to reduce CO2.

Measure, Manage. Make change.

CO2 & Revenue

We do all the heavy lifting each month upon receiving the aggregate purchasing and revenue (or revenue equivalent) data. You’ll then get access to the dashboard which will show you revenue and CO2 output in kg by month. So this isn’t a backward looking picture that’s already 12m out of date.

CO2 Intensity

Once your benchmark year is in the platform (this can be done retrospectively) you can see how CO2 intensity alters based on operations / purchasing decisions. This will start to show how CO2 is averted as decisions are made that reduce CO2. This is a key metric for the board and can be shared internally / externally.

Deep Insight

eco-shaper will give you the ability to get into the granular detail around which categories are driving CO2 in your operation with the ability to cut by date, supplier for real insight.

SKU & Supplier Level

eco-shaper gives you the ability to zero in on your top ingredient SKUs by CO2 based on actual usage. You can see how this looks by supplier guiding decisions to select suppliers that can deliver on Carbon not just deliver the products.


The sandbox feature is the place where you can see your purchasing by volume in one place and then see where you could substitute ingredients or supplier products and the impact this could have not just on your CO2 but on the margin as well.

Carbon & Commercial Impact

Being easily able to see how you can model a potential impact based on your actual purchasing volumes means you can simulate the outcome before deciding to implement in a systematic way and assess the results through CO2 intensity & CO2 averted metrics.

Case Studies & ROI

Using the sandbox there are some potential wins. These real world case studies show the results from just 5 SKUs modelled per month. The ROI is the cost of saving plus the true cost of a ton of carbon multiplied by tons saved.




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86-90 Paul Street, London, EC2A 4NE

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EU Office
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Sandyford, D18H283, Dublin, Ireland

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