Carbon Labels Are Coming to Your Shampoo Bottle

Carbon Labels Are Coming to Your Shampoo Bottle

Companies are introducing labels to show a product’s carbon footprint; some question how accurate and useful that can be

Shoppers have long been able to use nutrition labels to choose low-salt meals or reduced-sugar cereal. Now some companies want to use labels to help them pick everything from shampoo to milk, based on products’ carbon emissions.

The growing use of so-called carbon labels comes as consumers, investors and regulators are increasingly interested in emissions amid rising concern about global warming. But similar labeling efforts have flopped before, while some environmentalists and executives question how accurate—and useful—they…

Original Content

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Packaging 360 is a comprehensive knowledge sharing ecosystem for the Indian packaging industry. Our services include an online content platform to deliver news, insights and case studies; organising conferences seminars and customised training; Providing Bespoke Project Consulting, Market Research and Intelligence.

Related Posts

Reach Us