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Nomad Foods cuts Emissions for Frozen Food Supply Chain

Nomad Foods cuts Emissions for Frozen Food Supply Chain
Nomad Foods pioneers climate action as the first food manufacturer to join COP28's 'Move to -15°C' coalition to slash carbon emissions across cold chain

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Nomad Foods, the largest frozen food company in Europe, has successfully conducted a pilot study with Camden BRI to reduce freezer energy without compromising product quality. The study found that raising storage temperatures from -18°C to -15°C could save 17.7 million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide annually, reduce energy consumption, and cut supply chain costs. These findings could potentially transform the frozen food industry worldwide. Nomad Foods is calling on other frozen food manufacturers to join the Move to -15°C coalition to ensure the full breadth of products within the frozen category are tested at higher temperatures. This study represents a significant step towards more sustainable practices in the frozen food industry.

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