SUSTAINABILITY

Potato Field
 
Everyone wants a plant-based drink that tastes delicious, goes perfectly with hot drinks and is kind to the environment. It’s a tough nut to crack, but we’ve got it figured out. And who would have guessed that the humble potato was the answer?
 

 A Genius Choice

Twice as
Land Efficient

75% Lower
Climate Footprint

56 Times
Less Water

Land suitable for food cultivation is limited around the world. So, it’s important to use it efficiently, e.g. to get as much food per square meter as possible. Growing potatoes is actually twice as efficient as growing oats in terms of land use.

Source: Lars Elofson
(agronomist and founder of Swedish Potatoes)

If you compare dairy milk to a potato-based alternative, the climate footprint of the potato drink is significantly lower. In fact, switching to a potato-based alternative reduces the climate impact by about 75 %.

Source: 
Carbon Cloud AB





Compared to almonds, potatoes need a lot less water to grow. In fact, 56 times less. Using more water-efficient produce like potatoes helps conserve water to prevent shortages and droughts.

Source:
Water Footprint Network


 Climate Footprint
per Product

DUG
Original

DUG
Barista

DUG
Unsweetened

0.27 kg CO2e/kg

0.31 kg CO2e/kg

0.31 kg CO2e/kg

Pour it in your cereal bowl, mix it into your smoothies, put it in your hot drinks, use it for cooking your favourite dishes or just enjoy it by the glass. DUG Original is your new everyday hero, fit for every occasion.

 

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DUG Original

Coffee lovers: meet your new best friend. DUG Barista is a delicious potato-based drink designed to add creaminess to any hot drink. And it foams just the way you want it to. The perfect choice for all the pro (and non-pro) baristas.

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DUG Barista

No added sugar, just pure great tasting potato-based goodness. This one’s for all those who want a great tasting plant-based drink but with less sweetness. Just as good at getting that foam perfect as it is enjoyable on its own.

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DUG Unsweetened