Latis

Sustainability Intelligence

A New Kind of Sustainability Impact Platform

 

A successful sustainability strategy requires insights into every ingredient in your product portfolio. Latis makes it easy.

Latis brings comprehensive impact insights into the product R&D process through instant data analysis for over 30,000 ingredients, chemicals and materials. With a simple, user-friendly interface, you can view the impact of any ingredient, source location, or sustainability standard. Insights on metrics covering environmental impact, labor risk and animal welfare are available immediately throughout the process of formulating a product. Zoom out from micro-level ingredient impact data to view executive-level portfolio progress to goals with a simple reporting interface customized to a company’s unique sustainability strategies.

Primary impact metrics include:

GREENHOUSE
GAS EMISSIONS

LABOR
RISK

BIODIVERSITY
IMPACT

WORKING
CONDITIONS

PROCESSING
IMPACT

SOIL
HEALTH

WATER
USAGE

ANIMAL
WELFARE

Join fellow industry leaders in improving the impact of your product portfolio.

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Small Brands Licenses

In an effort to support small brands, HowGood has released an adapted version of our Latis sustainability intelligence software. Drawing from a vast sustainability database, the platform provides insights on issues of particular importance to small brands navigating the post-COVID-19 food system. Impact metrics include: environmental impact, labor risk, supply chain resilience, and planetary health.

The application period for donated licenses is now over. If you are interested in learning more about paid licenses for small brands, please fill out a contact form and we’ll be in touch.

“I am very excited about Danone’s partnership with HowGood. Developing an impact assessment tool for our products portfolio is raising the awareness of our product developers and brand teams, and is helping us drive the Food Revolution together. This holistic tool is critical to improve the sustainability impact of our brands."

- Takoua Debeche, Danone, SVP of Research and Innovation