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We're officially Climate Neutral Certified

Today, we’re celebrating we are officially Climate Neutral Certified. Becoming Climate Neutral Certified was a months-long effort to measure, reduce, and compensate for our brand’s carbon footprint. These are actions that all companies—and individuals—can and must take now to “flatten the curve” of carbon emissions. We’re thrilled to join Climate Neutral Certified brands in taking meaningful climate action today.

Why did we choose to get the labels?

From the very beginning of our journey as a brand, we've been driven by a deep commitment to minimizing our impact on the planet. Our goal is to get as close as we can to achieving zero emissions. We understand that it's a long journey, and we continually strive to reduce and compensate for our carbon footprint along the way.

How did we get here?

We collaborated with the Climate Neutral team to measure our brand’s total carbon footprint, set time-bound Reduction Action Plans, and compensate for our annual emissions by investing in carbon offset projects that met Climate Neutral’s rigorous Standard. 

Certifying brands collectively dedicated thousands of hours to understanding and addressing their climate impacts during the certification process. Each organization spent every hour working to achieve the same uniform Standard. We followed the three main steps of The Climate Neutral Certified Standard as a brand:

1. Measure

We measured our carbon footprint. To arrive at this number, we looked at all the brand-level emissions created from making and delivering our products/services, including our supply chain emissions, employee commuting, business travel, and utility bills.

2. Reduce

We then identified emissions hotspots and created time-bound Reduction Action Plans to lower our emissions over the next 12-24 months. These objectives, combined with our existing efforts as a brand, will bring us closer to avoid all of our emissions.

3. Compensate

Finally, we offset these annual emissions by investing in verified carbon credits that met Climate Neutral’s rigorous Standard. These carbon credits supported a portfolio of projects, including a diversified portfolio of projects. Additional details about our certification efforts may be found within Climate Neutral’s Nuttch profile.

What does it mean to be Climate Neutral Certified?

Starting today, all Nuttch's products will bear the Climate Neutral Certified label. This label represents the trusted, independent Standard for climate neutrality and empowers consumers to find brands leading on immediate climate action.

All companies that get certified must reduce and compensate for their emissions from making and delivering products and services. Climate Neutral works with over 400 companies, and their label can be found on millions of products worldwide. Next time you consider a new product, watch for the Climate Neutral Certified label.

To learn more about Climate Neutral and other brands committed to climate action, visit