Less Sugar, Salt and Fats

We will provide and promote choices with a reduced intake of sugar, salt and fats at all our clients’ sites by 2015.

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Why Does Sodexo Engage?


Many countries’ populations have intake levels of sugar, salt and fats that are higher than both international and national recommendations.


How Does Sodexo Engage?


Sodexo follows the nutritional recommendations that are:

  • We strive to inform our consumers about the benefits of a healthy and well-balanced life,

  • We also aim at fighting obesity and malnutrition which are often linked to high intakes of sugar, salt and fats,

  • Limit salt (sodium) consumption from all sources and ensuring that the salt we use and serve is iodized,

  • Limiting overall fat intake as well as shifting fat consumption away from saturated to unsaturated fats, and by the elimination of trans-fatty acids.

More commitments to promote and encourage healthier choices:


Health and Wellness

Quality of Life is enhanced when we work, learn, visit and live in spaces designed and maintained in a way that supports health and wellness.

Balancing meal options

Nutrition is a foundation for health and development. Better Nutrition means stronger immune system, less illness and better health.


Creation of Food Offers

The teams in France have launched three campaigns to reduce sugar, salt and fats. For example, all recipes have been reviewed to ensure that there are no more than 20g of sugar in each pastry.

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Contact Us

Do you want more information about our corporate responsibility efforts and/or the Better Tomorrow Plan? Contact the Group Corporate Responsibility Team by email.