Would You Like to Know the Carbon Footprint of Your Meal?

Transparency is part of Panera's goal to reduce greenhouse emissions

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Avocado lovers, rejoice—Panera's Baja grain bowl has a low carbon footprint. PRNewsfoto/Panera Bread

For years now, restaurants have been displaying the nutritional value of their meals on their menus. But did you ever wonder what the carbon footprint of that bowl of Broccoli Cheddar Soup you were eating the other day was? Well, fast-casual chain Panera is now going to tell you.

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@RichCollings richard.collings@adweek.com Richard Collings is a retail reporter at Adweek.
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