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Langley’s Gin awarded climate neutral certification

Charter Brands-owned Langley’s Gin has been certified as a climate-neutral business by The Change Climate Project.

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The certification follows in a long line of steps Langley’s Gin has taken to ensure environmental sustainability

The certification was given following a rigorous process that required Charter Brands to measure and reduce its emissions, as well as contributing to global net-zero greenhouse gas emission goals.

In February this year, Langley’s Gin achieved B Corp status, stating its goal was to become the ‘most responsible, accessible gin brand’ in the market.

The gin brand is also a member of 1% for the Planet, whereby 1% of its annual revenue is donated to environmental causes.

“We lead with purpose and have a goal to build a pioneering company that makes a real, tangible impact and sets a new standard,” said Matt Ashton-Melia, managing director at Charter Brands.

“Achieving Climate Neutral Certification – which follows our work to become a B Corp and joining the 1% FTP – is just the tip of the iceberg.

“It is a fundamental part of our work company-wide and also demonstrates our dedication to make Langley’s Gin the most sustainable yet accessible gin brand.

“The process behind the achievement is no mean feat and we’re absolutely thrilled to join the movement of like-minded businesses that are working together to reduce emissions.”

As well as Langley’s Gin, Charter Brands also distributes El Tequileño Tequila, Agitator whisky and Noble Coyote mezcal.

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