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We know that switching to a plant-based diet can reduce your carbon footprint by up to 50%, but how do individual foods compare? We worked with Foodsteps to measure the environmental footprint of some everyday products such as milk, burgers, fish, ice cream and chocolate sweets. Click the link to see the difference your food swaps could make.

Unsweetened oat drink vs. Cows milk

Unsweetened oat drink

Per serving: 0.15 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.24 kg

Cows milk

Per serving: 0.56 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.24 kg

Unsweetened soy drink vs. Cows milk

Unsweetened soy drink

Per serving: 0.21 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.24 kg

Cows milk

Per serving: 0.56 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.24 kg

Moving Mountains Burger vs. Beef burger

Moving Mountains Burger

Per serving: 0.35 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.113 kg

Beef burger

Per serving: 3.93 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.113 kg

Moving Mountains Fish fillet vs. Fish fillet

Moving Mountains Fish fillet

Per serving: 0.18 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.130 kg

Fish fillet

Per serving: 0.54 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.130 kg

Northern Bloc Peanut Chip Ice Cream vs. Chocolate & hazelnut ice cream

Northern Bloc Peanut Chip Ice Cream

Per serving: 0.56 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.100 kg

Chocolate & hazelnut ice cream

Per serving: 0.97 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.100 kg

Doisy & Dam Dark Chocolate Peanuts vs. Milk chocolate peanuts

Doisy & Dam Dark Chocolate Peanuts

Per serving: 0.19 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.040 kg

Milk chocolate peanuts

Per serving: 0.23 kg CO2e
Serving size: 0.040 kg

Calculate the carbon footprint of your own meals