Latteria Soresina products are the result of an agricultural and dairy processing chain specifically developed to combine quality and sustainability. This consists of special attention which begins with how milk is obtained and continues with the processing systems, and on through to packaging. In a perspective of maximum transparency regarding its environmental commitment and continuous improvement of the production chain in favour of eco-sustainability, Latteria Soresina has also decided to quantify and declare the sustainability benefits that derive from creating and maintaining each individual product.
Latteria Soresina product packaging is an important element for expressing our commitment to promoting and conveying environmental sustainability. The project requires that a “visual code” be created that expresses the fundamental decisions made in creating the packaging. An information path that adopts four signals (icons), which refer to the “4 Rs” that characterize our sustainability strategy:
Reduction, from Recycled, Recyclable, from a Renewable source.
Latteria Soresina participates in the international “Carbon Footprint” project, which estimates and indicates the Co2 emissions of consumer products by analysing their life cycle. The Carbon Footprint project had technical support from:
The measurement of the Carbon Footprint of Products (CFP) is obtained by quantifying the emissions derived from the extraction and transformation of the raw materials, from the energy used, from the production, distribution, use and disposal phases of the product. It represents an optimal tool for monitoring the actual sustainability of products and services proposed on the market, as it is able to define its contribution to the greenhouse effect through the value of a single indicator.
Participating in the Carbon Footprint sustainability project requires that the eco-environmental impacts of the single components of the production chain be verified and monitored exactly, which for dairy products can be divided substantially into two main phases: cowshed and dairy.