To help students reach their full academic potential Sodexo fosters healthy lifestyles and creates school environments that are conducive to learning.
WasteLESS Week is a five day campaign that we run for our clients (and our own sites) around the world each October. It empowers consumers, clients and our employees to reduce waste by celebrating the benefits of wasting less food, water, energy, paper and raw materials – including cleaner air, more natural spaces and helping share our planet’s natural resources. www.sodexo.com Everyday our consumers, clients and Sodexo employees are engaging in actions that reduce waste. WasteLESS Week is an opportunity to thank them and show them the positive benefits of their actions.,Discover in 3 minutes Sodexo’s Quality of Life services, its commitments, its achievements, and the Fiscal 2013 key figures.
Today, we live in a world where more than 30% of all food produced is left uneaten, while more than 800 million people suffer from hunger and malnutrition. With Ardo, SCA, PepsiCo, McCain, Unilever Food Solutions and WWF, Sodexo is one of the founding members of the International Food Waste Coalition, a collaborative farm-to-fork approach to combat food waste throughout the food services value chain. internationalfoodwastecoalition.org International Food Waste Coaltion
To sensitive students to food waste, Sodexo has undertaken its “Less Crumbs, More Meals” campaign. On a given day, without letting them know, all the bread discarded by students was collected and counted. The following day, the uneaten bread was displayed in the restaurant to raise awareness of the amount of food waste. This was repeated the following week, and the quantity of bread "saved" was measured compared to the previous week. Read more here (French only): endirect.sodexo.fr Site Sodexo à destination des familles et établissements scolaires
We have teamed up with The Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA), a non-profit created in conjunction with – but independent from – the Let’s Move! initiative to combat childhood obesity in the USA. Our commitments to PHA include six commitments to encourage healthy choices for healthy families: mindful healthy dining program, healthy vending program, hospital healthy food initiative, smarter lunchroom program, healthier children’s meals at cultural destinations. sodexoinsights.com We are proud to announce that Sodexo has teamed up with The Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA), a non-profit created in conjunction with – but independent from — the Let’s Move! initiative to combat childhood obesity. Over time we have learned that we can’t solve the obesity challenge by working with children alone.  The …
The “10 Golden Rules” are a set of guiding principles focused on nutrition, health and wellness that guide our offers and promote healthy lifestyle behaviors with consumers. They are based on nutritional recommendations and applied according to an in-depth understanding of local nutritional contexts and needs. We are the world’s largest private sector employer of dietitians, who encourage customers to adopt healthy daily eating habits. www.sodexo.com Touching the lives of 75 million consumers every day, Sodexo has the opportunity and obligation to promote and encourage healthier choices that improve Quality of Life for millions of people around the world.
In India, the charter for well-being, developed by dietitians, provides our teams on each site with nutritional information to take into account and makes students in particular more aware of the benefits of proper nutrition. in.sodexo.com
Working with World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Sodexo has developed an industry-leading methodology to calculate the carbon emissions within its entire supply chain. Based on measurements done in 14 countries and pilot programs, we are implementing a plan to achieve the 34% target that includes efforts to reduce food waste, increased deployment of our energy efficiency interventions, the integration of low-carbon renewable energy sources into the company’s energy management offers and working with suppliers to reduce emissions in our supply chain. www.sodexo.com On World Environment Day Sodexo, global leader in Quality of Life services, announced plans to amplify its efforts to reduce its operations' environmental impact, as well as that of its supply chain. This action follows a long-term engagement of 5 years, during which Sodexo has been working with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to develop an industry-leading methodology to calculate carbon emissions within the group’s entire supply chain.,On World Environment Day Sodexo, global leader in Quality of Life services, announced plans to amplify its efforts to reduce its operations' environmental impact, as well as that of its supply chain. This action follows a long-term engagement of 5 years, during which Sodexo has been working with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to develop an industry-leading methodology to calculate carbon emissions within the group’s entire supply chain.
Sodexo Facilities Management team conducted a walk-through energy audit at United World College of South East Asia – Dover Campus, in Singapore. The scope of the walk-through audit covered the energy consuming assets in the areas (kitchen, service, and dining) that are involved in Sodexo’s provision of food services to the client. The energy saving recommendations resulting from this audit generated electricity savings and helped demonstrate Sodexo’s capabilities on sustainable energy use to the client. www.sodexo.com Fortune World Most Admired Companies 2015,Facilities Management is crutial to improving Quality of Life.
By 2017, Sodexo has pledged to purchase more than 1 billion US dollars of products and services from almost 5,000 small to medium-sized businesses in 40 countries, with 1,500 of those businesses owned and operated by women. The economic impact of this action is projected to support more than 250,000 jobs over the next three years. www.sodexo.com Sodexo will promote the economic development of diverse and inclusive businesses through our Supply Chain Inclusion Program in all the countries where we operate by 2020.,Sodexo will promote the economic development of diverse and inclusive businesses through our Supply Chain Inclusion Program in all the countries where we operate by 2020.,By 2017, Sodexo will purchase more than $1 billion of products and services from almost 5,000 small to medium-sized businesses in 40 countries.,Key Indicators Supply Chains & SMEs,As a member of the Clinton Global Initiative, we are proud to support diverse businesses around the world.,Local development in Peru,Contact Us - Sodexo Corporate Responsibility
In July 2015, we launched a program including mentoring and workshops. The goal was to give suppliers the opportunity to understand Sodexo, the market we operate in, our supply chain and the market in general, as well as the opportunity to discuss the potential to become a Sodexo supplier. Six of the participating businesses are already in the process of being listed with Sodexo. www.sodexo.com Sodexo will promote the economic development of diverse and inclusive businesses through our Supply Chain Inclusion Program in all the countries where we operate by 2020.,Sodexo will promote the economic development of diverse and inclusive businesses through our Supply Chain Inclusion Program in all the countries where we operate by 2020.,By 2017, Sodexo will purchase more than $1 billion of products and services from almost 5,000 small to medium-sized businesses in 40 countries.,Key Indicators Supply Chains & SMEs,As a member of the Clinton Global Initiative, we are proud to support diverse businesses around the world.,Local development in Peru,Contact Us - Sodexo Corporate Responsibility

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