As a food producer, we are highly conscious of our energy consumption. Through innovation and technology, we aim to reduce our use of electricity, gas, and water in production. Our goal is to reduce relative CO2 emissions by 50% by 2025, 70% by 2030, and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, in alignment with Danish climate laws and the EU's Green Deal. These percentages are relative to our 2002 baseline.

We annually prepare a carbon footprint report (scopes 1 and 2) based on GHG protocol principles to ensure our CO2 emissions are heading in the right direction. We also plan to include scope 3 emissions in the future and aim to adopt Science-Based Targets by 2025.

Water Consumption. We focus on reducing water consumption through process and production optimizations, especially during equipment cleaning.

Small-Scale Sustainability Measures. We continuously explore small-scale initiatives to reduce resource consumption. For example, during the construction of our administrative building in 2021, we installed LED lighting and motion sensors in all offices, sensor faucets in restrooms, centralized waste stations with separate fractions (paper, organic, plastic, etc.), and chose heat pumps for heating.

Solar and Wind

In the summer of 2023, we installed solar panels on the roof of our entire building. These solar panels will cover one-third of our total electricity consumption, with the remaining two-thirds sourced from Danish wind turbines and solar panels through green certificates.

Nordic Wind certificate
Solceller 2023


We constantly work on optimizing our product packaging, including glass, lids, spray bottles, caps, cartons, foils, buckets, trays, displays, and more. For example, by 2023, all our spray bottles will transition to being made of 100% recycled plastic (R-PET), and we have reduced the amount of plastic in the bottle caps. The new, smaller caps can be easily separated from the bottle, facilitating recycling of PET and PP plastics.

We exclusively use materials that are FSC-certified for paper and cardboard, including labels, cartons, and copy paper.

Waste Management and Sorting

We support a strong recycling sector in Denmark and sort our waste according to Danish regulations.

Each year, we send over 100 tons of waste, sorted into different fractions such as paper, plastic, metal, and glass, for recycling.

Affald Sortering Genbrug Recycle

Organic production

Fynbo Foods is approved by the Danish Food Authority for the production of organic food. Our organic production is monitored by the Danish Food Authority, and our products bear both the mandatory EU organic label and the Danish Ø-label.

Organic food production focuses on sustainable agriculture and food production with special consideration for the environment, nature, and animal welfare.