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Global confectioner Mars has pledged to reduce its carbon footprint by over 20 percent in the UK, Ireland, and Canada to make its Mars bars sold in those countries to be certified carbon neutral by 2023.
Mars will use satellite data to geomap cocoa farms and accelerate partnerships with suppliers in making its dairy production more sustainable.
According to Mars, any emissions that it cannot eliminate will be “offset by high-quality carbon removal credits based on climate solutions like reforestation and land restoration”.
The company has pledged to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions across its full value chain by 2050.
Mars plans to open a £350m sustainable logistics project with DHL in the UK.