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Silver Fern Farms launching carbon zero certified beef

Rebecca Howard
Thu, 08 Jul 2021

Silver Fern Farms launching carbon zero certified beef
Angus beef will be the first cab off the rank. (Image: Supplied)
Rebecca Howard
Thu, 08 Jul 2021
If everything goes to plan US consumers will be able to tuck into net carbon zero certified beef supplied by Silver Fern Farms in late 2021.The company – in partnership with AgResearch and Toitū Envirocare – has conducted a complete product lifecycle assessment of a range of its 100% Angus product destined for US consumers. This measured the greenhouse gas emissions associated with producing, shipping and consuming a kilogram of 100% Angus beef.The emissions associated with each kilogram of beef sold will be accounted for by ca...

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