Adding value to unsold products
As part of our anti-food-waste strategy, we have signed agreements with a number of national charity organisations: Les Restos du Cœur, la Banque Alimentaire, le Secours Populaire, etc.
Our dedicated anti-food-waste team collects all the products we have been unable to sell but are still edible, and sends them for recycling by a wholesale network or donates them to various associations.
Targeting zero destruction
We are also considering other solutions we could introduce to help eliminate food waste and the destruction of consumable products. In this regard, we have set up a diagnostic tool to assess our practices, targeting zero destruction of edible food.
Our Paysan Breton brand has joined forces with the “Too Good to Go” movement, which offers unsold products at reduced prices via an app.
As part of this pledge, we explain to consumers the difference between the ‘Use by’ date and the ‘Best before’ date, and assist with distribution of the products to prevent waste.
Too Good To Go
Le mouvement de lutte contre le gaspillage alimentaire.
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Conserving water resources
Reducing our impact on water resources involves reducing the amount of water we waste, improving water treatment and reducing our consumption.
Eco-design for packaging and products
Having first set up a working group to look at packaging eco-design, we are now training our teams to analyse the life cycle and eco-design of products.
Our other pillars
Well-being is our watchword. Laïta is actively committed to the welfare of all - employees, customers, farmers and suppliers alike