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589.2 g CO2eq *
3.20 L water ****
0.19 m2*year **
(5 stars = best, 1 ster = worst, relative to other products on this site)
Data: RIVM (average Dutch market)
Disclaimer: numbers can differ (strongly) per season/ country of origin
Compare the climate impact
Compared with 1 portion (100 grams)
Compared to the CO2 emissions per km of an average Dutch passenger car (Source: Rijksoverheid, CLO, 2017)
Compared to the water use of an A-Z class shower in the Netherlands per minute (Source: Milieu Centraal)
2 Pavement tiles * year
Land use * year compared to the size of an average Dutch pavement tile (30cm*30cm)
Compared to 1 portion per week, for 1 year
110 Pavement tiles * year
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Percentages and tips on basis of similar portions and product categories.
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Compare to other products
Compared with the portion of (100 grams)
Disclaimer: comparisons on the basis of generic product data, exact numbers can differ (strongly).
Whole avocado (180 grams)
- CO2eq: Avocado is 60% better
- Water: Avocado is 7134% worse
- Land: Avocado is 111% worse
1 banana (150 grams)
- CO2eq: Banana is 81% better
- Water: Banana is 294% worse
- Land: Banana is 68% better
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Where does the data come from?
The data on the impact of food products (CO2eq, water and land) comes (mostly) from the RIVM and is based on the weighted average supply of this product on the Dutch market.
Why these 3 impact parameters?
These 3 parameters (CO2eq, water and land) have been chosen because they are the most important parameters of climate problems caused by food production. Find more explanations about these parameters here.
Which parameter is the most important?
CO2 is the most important parameter for global warming, but this does not mean that the other parameters are not important. Excessive land use and water consumption are also causing many problems in the world. Read more here.