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Carbon Footprint - Scope 1,2,3

FoodChéri has chosen Greenly to make a concrete commitment to the climate

FoodChéri is a 2.0 restaurant whose mission is to simplify "better eating" for city dwellers with authentic and healthy cuisine accessible in a flash, at attractive prices. Aware of the impact of food on the environment, Foodchéri is carrying out its first complete carbon assessment in order to take concrete action to limit its identified emissions.

Date of creation
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Evolution in the Net Zero trajectory

GHG balance sheet
The company performs a carbon footprint of its Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 emissions
Responsible purchasing
The company engages its suppliers in reducing its emissions
Net Zero trajectory
The company has put in place action plans, and has contributed to offset projects
The company's carbon footprint
Freight: 22%
Food and Beverage: 47%
Purchase of products: 16%
Total carbon emissions
In number of return trips Paris / New York
Annual emissions in number of French people
Hectares of growing forest needed to compensate
BackGround & Objectives 🔍

FoodChéri and Seazon were launched in 2015 and 2018 respectively with one vision: to transform the food of the future to be healthier, more plant-based and more convenient!

They are dedicated to offering thousands of people delicious, healthy, home-cooked meals every day. They are prepared from fresh products selected for their quality, and delivered to the office or home, in Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux, Lille, Nantes, Strasbourg, Toulouse and throughout France with Seazon.

Today, FoodChéri and Seazon are made up of approximately one hundred passionate employees. What drives them? To work in a challenging environment and to know that they have an impact on the food and well-being of thousands of people every day!

In the kitchen or at the head office: all their employees are working to enable everyone to eat better, at the best price. With this in mind, FoodChéri launched Seazon in 2018, the first subscription for freshly prepared meals delivered anywhere in France. Today, the team is working on developing both brands... While still having plenty of ideas in the back of their minds to democratize access to fresh, balanced food that respects our resources.

"We are aware that our food has an impact on our health, our planet and our communities. An impact doesn't have to be negative. At FoodChéri, we do everything we can to make it positive."

CEO & Founder of FoodChéri
Patrick Asdaghi
ITV - What are FoodChéri's CSR commitments? 🤔

CSR is at the heart of our strategy, but we don't talk about it much because we don't even consider it as a competitive advantage to put forward. For us, it's a prerequisite. We are aware that our food has an impact on our health, our planet and our communities. An impact does not have to be negative. At FoodChéri, we do everything we can to make it responsible. We have set up a team within FoodChéri dedicated to the permanent reduction of our carbon footprint, to be active and efficient on this subject. Since its creation in 2015, FoodChéri has chosen to offer a 50% vegetarian menu. We decided to go further by not serving beef, cod or avocado. What they have in common is that they are on the podium of the French people's favorite foods, and are therefore over-eaten. These ingredients are also symbols of the excesses of our global food system. One cow represents 6 tons of CO2, i.e. a trip around the world by plane. Cod is the emblem of intensive fishing. And furthermore, one kilogram of avocados requires 1,000 litres of water, often coming from distant countries where fresh water is already a shortage. FoodChéri's kitchen has therefore revised its recipes and now offers chicken spaghetti Bolognese, mackerel brandade and broccoli guacamole on its menu.

At FoodChéri, we were also the first to launch the Eco-Score, an indicator that informs you about the environmental impact of a recipe. Many other actions have been added to our list of commitments: orders from independent producers and cooperatives that share our values, sourcing seasonal fruit and vegetables, organic grains, labelled meat, 100% eco-friendly packaging, and much more.

Thanks to our association with certain partners such as Phenix and Too Good to Go, we have already saved nearly 39,000 meals, that is more than 38 tons of waste less and 95 tons of CO2 avoided.

FoodChéri's carbon footprint update 📊

When FoodChéri approached Greenly, its aim was to :

1. Easily carry out an initial GHG assessment

2. Understand the impact of its activities

3. Engage their ecosystem in reducing emissions

Our first assessment gave us a quick overview of our emissions, which allowed us to distinguish FoodChéri's main emission items. Adding up all the emissions, FoodChéri has a footprint of 7689t CO2.our main emission items are: food and beverages (47%), freight (22%) and product purchases (14%).

FoodChéri wants to reduce its emissions 📉

We have formalised and implemented action plans to reduce our emissions. For example, Foodchéri has decided to stop selling red meat, which is the most effective way of reducing emissions for a food company.

The next step in our Net Zero trajectory is to engage our suppliers and participate in offset projects for the emissions we cannot reduce.

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