PETALUMA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Clover Sonoma, a third-generation family-owned and operated dairy, is elevating its commitment to creating dairy with integrity and reducing its carbon footprint. During a year of unprecedented challenges, the company made a conscious commitment to support regenerative farming programs, renewable packaging innovation, as well as waste and recycling management. These commitments not only positively impact the planet, but also ensure the health of our communities.
The company supported recycling education, conducted a GHG emissions analysis of its inventory, implemented a composting program at the processing plant, and invested in a plastic baler to reduce plastic waste. To further its sustainability work in 2021, Clover Sonoma recently partnered with Zero Foodprint to fund regenerative farming grants and to implement a project on one of Clover’s farms, Perucchi Dairy in Sonoma County.
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