Products

Product CO2e / kg Studies

Vegetables

0.37
CO2e / kg
= 100 g of Vegetables
You can consume
7.3
kg of Vegetables to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget

Categories: Food

Subcategories: Watercress | Dandelion | Avocados | Tomatoes | Peas | Chicory | Kaffir lime leaves | Lemongrass | Asparagus | Beans | Bell pepper | Cucumber | Gherkins | Beetroot | Broccoli | Cauliflower | Mushrooms | Legumes | Pulses | Artichokes | Spinach | Vegetables (greenhouse, passive) | Zucchini | Vegetables (greenhouse, heated) | Chili | Cabbage | Brassicas | Vegetables (frozen) | Pointed pepper | Bean sprouts | Kale | Brussels sprouts | Rocket | Kohlrabi | Salad (mix) | Pumpkins | Eggplants | Rhubarb | Pak choi | Sugar peas | Celeriac | Parsley root | Rose hip | Corn cob | Capers | Jalapenos | Bamboo shoots | Lettuce | Root Vegetables

Studies

Source Notes CO2e Country origin Country consumption Weight
Systematic review of greenhouse gas emissions for different fresh food categories Table 4 Median; #LCA studies: 33; #GWP values: 140; Mean: 0.47; Stdev: 0.39; Min: 0.04; Max: 2.54
0.37
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