BAT Agrar is set to provide Paniflower with 35.000 tons of regenerative wheat in the next three years, which Paniflower will transform into low-carbon flour for Paulig’s tortilla production in Belgium. This partnership aims to reduce the carbon footprint of wheat by as much as 35% and fits within LLBG’s ambition to reduce its scope 3 emissions with 25% by 2030.
The quality of bread & bakery products depends on top quality wheat, and that’s something that only a healthy planet can offer. At LLBG, we’re keen to support the shift to regenerative agriculture. To reduce the carbon footprint of wheat & flour, our most important raw materials, but also to improve soil health and biodiversity.