General Mills commits to 100% renewable electricity globally by 2030

USA – Minnesota-headquartered global food company, General Mills, has announced that it is investing in renewable energy efforts to support the company’s environmental goal to power its operation using 100% renewable electricity by 2030. The Yoplait and Häagen-Dazs brands owner revealed that it is currently investing in two large-scale wind farms which will produce renewable energy credits (RECs), and anaerobic digestion (which captures and uses methane from waste to generate electricity). Internationally, the company added that it is also investigating renewable projects where it has energy-intensive operations. General Mills notes…

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