Tools catalogue

Have a look at our collection of smart solutions

Below you will find an overview of the tools we have designed for you. These tools will help you to get more insights in sustainability of your products, processes and innovations.

Do you have questions about one of the tools? Or are your interested in tailor-made tools? Don't hesitate to reach out to us

Agri-footprint 5.0 - impacts

Extensive list of environmental impacts
(Excel format)


Environmental impacts of all Agri-footprint 5.0 datasets, including process descriptions. 

Agri-footprint 5.0 is the latest version of the database, updated in 2019. 

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GFLI

The GFLI database is a database of high-quality datasets for feed ingredients generated by the Global Feed Lifecycle Institute.

 

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Optimeal

Defining sustainable nutrition

One of the biggest global challenges today is to make food production and consumption both healthier and more sustainable. The associated issues are diverse and concern growing world population, malnutrition, high contribution to climate change. To help you in this debate, we have built Optimeal®, a tool that enables to grasp the full picture of healthy and sustainable nutrition.

If you do not have a license, it is possible to try a free demo version.

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Optimise your diet!

We challenge you!

Optimise your diet! aims to address the challenge of making the global food production and consumption system more sustainable and healthy. This issue is becoming increasingly urgent. We invite you to tackle this challenge and be part of the solution.  

Create a diet, which is healthy and sustainable as possible!

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Agri-footprint 4.0 - impacts

Extensive list of environmental impacts
(in Excel format)


Environmental impacts of all Agri-footprint 4.0 datasets, including process descriptions.

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Direct Land Use Change Assessment Tool

Calculating greenhouse gas emissions from land use change

The ‘Direct Land Use Change Assessment Tool’ provides a predefined way of calculating greenhouse gas emissions from land use change. These emissions arise when land is transformed from one use to another. A well-known example is deforestation for the cultivation of crops such as soybean and oil palm. Version 2018 now available!

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Protein Selection Chart: Natural capital & Protein crops

Which crops have the best potential as source of vegetable protein?

The market for vegetable proteins is growing. However, the knowledge on new protein sources is not complete. What about the environmental impact, biodiversity, technical features and financial feasibility? Commissioned by RVO and Vivera we’ve created an Protein Selection Chart.

It gives an overview of the various financial, environmental and technical aspects of new sources of vegetable proteins. 

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