The List of Carbon Negative Foods
A Living List of Recommended Foods based on Carbon Footprints
[Update Oct 8 2021: As you might already understand, I don’t mean for the definition of “Negative Foods” in the context of this list and this newsletter to be a certification, but to be instead an aspirational direction. As a society, we are far from having useful standards on regenerative farming, which is a problem that I hope we can solve in the near future.]
The idea for this list is described in the What Foods Should You Buy edition of this newsletter. This list contains Negative Foods that I’ve covered in this newsletter or learned along the way.
How to Use This List. Keep it handy, check it from time to time, and send in your ideas for other items to include on the list. And then stock your fridge, your pantry and your freezer with these items.
This is a living list that we’ll from time to time update. Bookmark this link.
Oatly (Non-Dairy Milk)
Neutral (cow milk in the Pacific Northwest)
Juneshine (from Nick Mindel 7/6: “I would add Juneshine to your list of foods. Carbon neutral, hard kombucha, that is delicious, based out of San Diego and distributed nationwide.”)
Mondelez NoCoé (just Europe for now I think)
Patagonia Provisions (of course!)
Instant Breakfast Foods:
Bread Alone Bakery (metro NYC and Hudson Valley)
Meat & Meat Alternatives:
From the Sea:
Oyster, Clams & Mussels
Dog Food (no cats!):