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Charles Brand; Four roadmaps for food systems transformation!

Announcing a detailed plan for the transformation of food systems in the framework of the Food, Agriculture and Water Day of the Climate Change Conference (COP28) organised by the UN in Dubai, Tetra Pak has identified four key roadmaps. According to the brand, food value chains are the second most critical area for addressing climate change, noting that food systems, which are responsible for 34 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions, have become “inefficient and unsustainable”.

Tetra Pak, the world’s leading food processing and packaging solutions company, has announced its action-oriented food systems goals at this year’s Climate Change Conference (COP28) organised by the UN in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

“Roadmaps to Net Zero in Dairy”

Unveiling its integrated approach to ensure the transition to safer, sustainable and resilient food systems within the framework of COP28 Food, Agriculture and Water Day, the brand takes a leading role in the food processing and packaging sector to rapidly realise the urgent transformation in food systems.

The brand’s approach announced in line with COP28 will also reinforce the company’s leadership in the Global Dairy Processing Task Force. The Dairy Processing Task Force is part of the “Pathways to Dairy Net Zero” initiative, which aims to explore innovative systems and technologies needed to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions in dairy processing.

Charles Brand

“Food value chains are the second most critical area for addressing climate change”

Charles Brand, Vice President of Food Processing Solutions and Equipment at Tetra Pak, commented on the transformation of food systems: “At Tetra Pak we are not just making promises, we are pursuing a transformative agenda based on sound evidence. We are responding to the call for private sector engagement by setting out our goals and our strategic plan for how we will realise them.”

“At COP 28 and beyond, we are proud to engage with public stakeholders, decision makers, industry stakeholders, customers and key opinion leaders to help transform food systems and move food forward,” Brand added…

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