Corporate participation is needed to scale carbon sequestration in farmland and for achieving Carbon Action’s ambitious goals. Business is needed to implement the change in the food supply chain and communicate to consumers. Thereby we can promote more sustainable food production through cooperation.

A key principle in Carbon Action is cooperation that benefits all parties and encourages learning from one another. On one hand, the Carbon Action research needs the help and broad experience of farmers and businesses to be able to produce science that is implementable in practice. On the other hand, farmers and businesses are interested in the results produced by the Carbon Action scientists.

By joining the Carbon Action company platform companies gain unique access to the most recent scientific knowledge. We share information about the development of carbon sequestration and other benefits of healthy soils such as decreased eutrophication and strengthened biodiversity. The project also develops models for carbon trading.

Companies can, in cooperation with BSAG and researchers, develop their purchase criteria, improve sustainability communications, train farmers and staff, and explore different ways of utilizing the practices developed by Carbon Action on the path towards developing a more sustainable business. This way, the business can implement its sustainability strategy by decreasing its emissions, introduce more sustainable products to the market, and influence consumers’ attitudes and consumption behaviour.

The members of the Carbon Action company platform regularly meet. Also, the researchers and other experts take part in the cooperation. The goal is to exchange knowledge and skills, and advance innovation and create space for new ideas to increase the impact of Carbon Action. 

Hankkija educates its personnel and clients, includes principles of regenerative agriculture in its digital solutions and communicates and markets regenerative agriculture. Furthermore, Hankkija develops its products and services in collaboration with other food chain actors.  Read more.

Leijona Catering supports the reduction of carbon emissions and improvement of biodiversity within the scope of its annual food offering via menu development and ingredient choices. In addition, the company increases the share of regeneratively farmed food, develops understanding and shares information on regenerative farming. Read more.

DAVA Foods Finland Oy trains its contract producers in regenerative chicken fodder farming, develops the nutrient cycle of chicken manure and promotes the use of renewable fuels for heating. In addition, the company is developing cage-free egg products for the consumer market. The production chain of these eggs will have a reduced environmental footprint, for example with regard to the Baltic Sea and the climate. Read more.

Biocode Oy develops its online carbon footprint calculator for food products to recognise effects of regenerative farming on soil carbon sequestration. The calculator is a practical addition to the soil carbon verifying system developed by Finnish Meteorological Institute on Carbon Action platform. Furthermore, Biocode includes information about regenerative farming in its online tool and guides tool users to the e-college “Uudistavan viljelyn e-opisto”. Read more.

Nestlé Finland provides training in regenerative farming for farmers in their supply chain in Finland. Nestlé also trains its employees, uses learnings of regenerative farming in product development and spreads information from the Carbon Action platform within the Nestlé Group. Read more.

Berner aims to promote a sustainable food system. On the Carbon Action platform, Berner wants to contribute to improving soil health and to learn and communicate about carbon sequestration. Berner will use the new information in product and service development.

Anora’s selected contract farmers participate in Carbon Action. Anora will cover the costs of soil sampling. Read more.

Valio will train their dairy farmers in carbon farming. First farmers are trained, and the goal is to train all by 2035. Read more.

S-group is part of the Carbon Action business platform and provides funding for soil sampling. Read more

Apetit’s Räpi experimental farm is one of Carbon Action’s pilot farms. Apetit aims to promote a sustainable food chain and commercialise carbon farming. Read more.

Fazer has joined the Carbon Action platform by making climate change mitigation and carbon sequestration an integral part of its Grain Vision, the aim of which is to promote sustainable farming. Read more.

The aim of Atria’s work is to improve environmentally sustainable food chain and livestock production. Atria is committed to reducing the environmental impact of livestock production, advancing nutrient cycling, and promoting cultivation practices that improve soil health. Read more.

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Sinebrychoff is promoting sustainable farming methods of primary production. This includes the target “Towards carbon farmed Christmas Beer”. In addition, Sinebrychoff will educate and informing their own personnel and relevant stakeholders about Carbon Action and other sustainable farming practices. Read more.


Gofore provides expertise and resources to the design and development of data and data-enabled technology that supports the goals Carbon Action network, to increase soil carbon sequestration and to introduce regenerative farming methods. Read more.

We’re happy to share information about the project so don’t hesitate to contact us!

Michaela Ramm-Schmidt, CEO and Corporate Relations 
+358 40 525 0509