For a positive
1.Improve the nutritional quality and design of our productsBy highlighting the natural nutritional assets of our productsTolle Rolle Milkana
“A 100% natural little cheese, rich in calcium”, Tolle Rolle, from the German brand Milkana, is a cheese which nutritional profile follows the WHO guidelines on products made for children. It is also commercialised in France under the brand Escargolo P’tit Louis, in Slovakia under the brand Liptov and in Romania under the brand Delaco.
1.Improve the nutritional quality and design of our productsWith the nutritional optimization of our brandsSt Môret
In order to meet our mission « Leading the way to better food », nutritional progress plans are regularly carried out. The objective is to constantly improve our recipes by reducing salt, sugar and fat, without sacrificing taste or deliciousness. A reduction in the salt content of St Môret has been achieved.
1.Improve the nutritional quality and design of our productsBy promoting low-processed foodsCaprice des Dieux
We are proud of the products we have always made with simple recipes, like our iconic cheese, Caprice des Dieux: “Milk, cream a pinch of salt and that’s all!”
1.Improve the nutritional quality and design of our productsBy developing the eco-design of our packagingTartare
To reduce the overproduction of waste, Tartare has committed itself to a “more responsible pleasure” by eliminating the over-packaging of its pots, thus reducing its packaging by 44% and saving 70 tons of cardboard per year.
2.Promote and support consumers for a responsible consumptionRaising awareness of the right portion of productsCaprice des Dieux
By adding nutritional labelling by portion to all our brands sold in supermarkets by 2025, we are offering consumers a better understanding of the nutritional content of our products. Some brands, such as Caprice des Dieux, also include a visual marker on the packs to show the reasonable quantity without restricting it.
2.Promote and support consumers for a responsible consumptionBy distributing tasty and balanced flexitarian recipes with vegetables
Available on our brands’ social networks or on digital platforms dedicated to our cheeses such as quiveutdufromage.fr and ich-liebe-kaese.de, our #PositiveFood recipes combine pleasure, health and sustainability.
They offer well-balanced plates made up of:
– fruit and vegetables (50%),
– whole grains (25%)
– protein foods (25%) such as dairy products, fish, eggs, pulses or meat.
2.Promote and support consumers for a responsible consumptionRaising awareness of anti-waste actionsRichesMonts
Aware of the global challenges in terms of access to food and the preservation of resources, we are taking part in the fight against food waste and are raising consumer awareness.
The RichesMonts brand, on its raclette range, encourages the consumer, via a mention on the packaging, to use the rest of the products in order to avoid waste, and proposes recipes on its website.
3.Act togetherInvolvement in solidarity operationsFood Banks
At Savencia, we are convinced that commitment must be collective, conducted jointly with our stakeholders.
As a Solidarity Company of the Food Banks, we support the annual national collection of the Food Banks, organized in November, and to which many employees contribute on a voluntary basis.
3.Act togetherDevelopment of partnerships with key players in the food chainQui veut du fromage
Convinced that a growing number of consumers want to combine pleasure and naturalness in their diet, #PositiveFood is integrated into our marketing and sales approach. Actions in the field or in shops, in partnership with distributors, allow us to promote “nutria-scored A and B” recipes combining cheese and vegetables, which can be found on quiveutdufromage.com. These initiatives are deployed throughout the year, with nearly 600 point-of-sale promotions.
3.Act togetherActions with actors working for healthier and more responsible foodSt Môret
We develop partnerships with the aim of acting sustainably in favor of a Positive Food transition.
Since 2020, we are signatories of the Too Good To Go’s Best-By Dates pact launch in France by Too Good To Go supported by the French Ministry of Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Sovereignty. The St Môret brand communicates on its packaging the pictograms on the minimum durability date (MDD).
For a Positive Food
- Institut For a Positive Food is an association that has been defending since 2020 our Positive Food approach.
- With an independent multidisciplinary scientific council, the Institute relies on science to share answers to essential questions about food transition.
- Find out more about the Positive Food charter and its principles for guiding actions in favor of healthy and sustainable eating.
Our Oxygen CSR approach:
“Building a more sustainable world together”