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It’s impossible to separate food production, processing and distribution from the environment. That’s why we believe they need to work in harmony. 



As sustainability champions, CIMCO uses natural refrigerants with zero or ultra-low Global Warming Potential, and specializes in sustainable solutions at every step in the food supply chain, from farming, processing and packaging, to distribution, storage, and keeping food fresh on grocery store shelves. We design and implement these innovative technologies to meet any refrigeration need to help our customers harvest, farm, fish, brew, bake, cook, create, transport and store the highest-quality food and beverages.     



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Cold chains are integral to delivering affordable, nutritious, and safe food to the world. They also have an important role in fighting climate change. By choosing natural refrigerants and product solutions that prioritize energy efficiency and resource-conservation, food and beverage companies can reduce their environmental footprint and greenhouse gas emissions—naturally.  

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Webinar: Net Zero Naturally For The Food Supply Chain

Join CIMCO's Director of Business Development Benoit Rodier, as he goes through topics like decarbonization, examples of clean renewable energy, emerging trends in the industry and much more. 
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What You'll Learn

  • Strategies to achieve Net Zero emissions for the food and beverage industry
  • How you can use your refrigeration and heating systems to reduce and eliminate emissions
  • Actionable items you can implement immediately
  • Product Spotlight



Products and strategies that prioritize fossil fuel reduction and resource conservation with your bottom line in mind.  

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Natural refrigerants are the most environmentally-friendly choice for right now, and for the future. Did we mention they’ve been tried and tested in the refrigeration industry for more than a century?  
Nearly three-quarters of all the energy produced by humanity becomes waste heat. By capturing and reusing this often-overlooked renewable resource, businesses can reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. 
Sure, water-saving strategies and product solutions conserve a precious natural resource, but they also save money and reduce the amount of energy used to treat, pump and heat water.
When you make sure your facility is energy efficient, it reduces your environmental footprint, and improves your bottom line by cutting your energy costs.




Maple Leaf Foods is on a mission to become the most sustainable protein company on earth, and we’re rooting for them. Here’s how CIMCO helped one plant significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Spoiler: it involves a boiler system and a desuperheater.  



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In order to get to net-zero emissions by 2050, industries from automotive and sports to textiles and tech have a role to play in making that happen. One area in particular that climate experts point to as a priority for reducing carbon footprint is our food system—which accounts for more than one third of global greenhouse gas emissions—because of population growth, and things like the extreme weather caused by global warming that impacts agriculture.


The future of food

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