Finnish foodstuff is produced with proficiency and high-quality technology. Selections include highly valued brands, seasonal treats and trendy new flavours for both everyday and celebratory occasions. Food and drink industry is Finland’s biggest manufacturer of consumer goods and fourth biggest industry. It employs 38,000 people in 1,700 businesses.
A commitment made by the Finnish food industry, trade and packaging sector as well as three ministeries will reduce the environmental impacts of food production, distribution and consumption in 2019 - 2021.
Read more about this pioneering commitment!
The nationally prepared wow-carbon roadmaps are based on Finland's carbon neutrality target by 2035. The low-carbon roadmap for the Finnish food and drink industry was completed in August 2020.
The Finnish Food and Drink Industries' Federation is aiming for carbon neutrality in cooperation with companies in the industry. The target is to reduce the sector's greenhouse gas emissions by 75 per cent relative to net sales by 2023. The food industry is firmly committed to advancing the entire food supply chain's efforts to reach carbon neutrality. Read more about the low-carbon roadmap.
The strategy is crystallised to the following vision: "Innovative and responsible Nordic food production enables a competitive food industry and consumer well-being, both in Finland and globally".
Read the strategy (Pdf)
Finnish Food and Drink Industries' Federation has approximately 260 member companies and cooperation agreement with the Finnish Bakery Federation and the Finnish Meat trade Association. The activities of companies within the spheres of the ETL cover the majority of food and drink industry production in Finland.
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