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Product CO2e / kg Studies

Tomatoes (greenhouse, heated)

1.853
CO2e / kg
= 100 g of Tomatoes (greenhouse, heated)
You can consume
1.46
kg of Tomatoes (greenhouse, heated) to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget

Categories: Tomatoes | Vegetables | Food

Studies

Source Notes CO2e Country origin Country consumption Weight
RISE Open access list 1.7 Per kg tomatoes, heated with a high proportion of renewable energy
0.2
Sweden Sweden 7
Ökologische Fußabdrücke von Lebensmitteln und Gerichten in Deutschland (IFEU) Tomaten, aus Deutschland, beheiztes Gewächshaus, „Winter-Tomate“
2.9
Germany Germany 7
Systematic review of greenhouse gas emissions for different fresh food categories Table 5 Median; #LCA studies: 13; #GWP values: 33; Mean: 2.69; Stdev: 1.36; Min: 0.92; Max: 6.12
2.2
Unknown Unknown 10
Contrasted greenhouse gas emissions from local versus long-range tomato production Austrian tomatoes grown in Venlo houses are associated with the highest carbon emissions from all four supply chains investigated in the study, corresponding to 1,397 g CO2e per kg product.
Figure 3: 0.9 kg CO2e is from heating
1.397
Austria Austria 10
Klimatarier CO2 Rechner Tomate (Gewächshaus)
2.92
Unknown Unknown 5