Nomad commits to cutting carbon emission

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Frozen food giant underlines call to reset freezer temperatures and joins Move to -15°C coalition

European frozen food company Nomad Foods, the company behind brands such as Birds Eye, Findus, Iglo, Ledo and Frikom, has announced the results of an 18-month study exploring if frozen food storage temperatures can be increased, thereby leading to significant carbon emission reductions and cost savings, without impacting product safety or quality.

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