EPA Awards ENERGY STAR Certification to First Cookie and Cracker Bakeries

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is recognizing the first cookie and cracker bakeries to earn ENERGY STAR certification. The first thirteen ENERGY STAR certified bakeries are owned by Lance Private Brands, Richmond Baking of Indiana, Oak State Products, Bremner Food Group, and the Kellogg Company. Compared to average plants, these thirteen ENERGY STAR certified bakeries save 4.3 trillion Btus of energy, avoid nearly $24 million in utility bills, and prevent more than 85,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent annually, equivalent to the emissions from more than 16,000 cars. Plants verified to be in the top twenty-five percent of performance nationwide may be eligible for ENERGY STAR certification.

·         More information about ENERGY STAR Cookie and Cracker Energy Performance Indicators

·         Find ENERGY STAR certified manufacturing plants across the U.S.

EPA Awards ENERGY STAR Certification to First Cookie and Cracker Bakeries