The importance of restaurants going net-zero

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The Food and Beverage sector has an essential role in helping achieve Net Zero. Cooking, whether you're eating out or staying in produces around 7-9kg of carbon on average. With this in mind, the F&B industry produces around 17.3 billion metric tonnes of CO2, which is 19 times more than the aviation sector.

This needs to change now! If the whole hospitality sector is to achieve Net Zero, it will require the full supply chain to play its part. By recording their footprint, restaurants can begin to reduce emissions and make their product as sustainable as possible.

By using SKOOT's restaurant solution we can help restaurants identify their CO2 emissions and offset them. This is a group effort we all live on the same planet and we all need to make a change.

Updated on

October 19, 2022

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