First ‘carbon subtracting’ product

Guayaki Yerbe Mate

An independent audit said the growing of the yerba mate absorbed substantially more carbon than the processing and shipping used, making it a ‘carbon subtracting‘ product.


  1. The more you drink, the more you can sell your carbon credits to ExxonMobil.

    Hmmm, but don’t all plants soak up CO2 or is Yerba Mate special in some way?

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