|Product||CO2e / kg||Studies|
Margarine-butter blends are butters with vegetable oils added to make it more easily spreadable. A typical ratio is 75% butter and 25% vegetable oils1.
Nilsson, K., Flysjö, A., Davis, J., Sim, S., Unger, N., & Bell, S. (2010). Comparative life cycle assessment of margarine and butter consumed in the UK, Germany and France. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 15(9), 916-926. ↩
|Source||Notes||CO2e||Country origin||Country consumption||Weight|
|Comparative life cycle assessment of margarine and butter consumed in the UK, Germany and France||Table 8, 75% butter, 25% vegetable oils||
|United Kingdom||United Kingdom||10|
|Den store klimadatabase||Blended spread, 75% fat, Agriculture: 0.05, iLUC: 0.35, Food processing: 3.08, Packaging: 0.24, Transport: 0.08||
|Klimatarier CO2 Rechner||Butter & Margarine (Melanges) z.B. Rama mit Butter||