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Food and Beverages | Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Today, all economists and advertising managers care about the quality of life. Quality of life is subjective and multidimensional that includes positive and negative life characteristics.
Sodexo is the leader in quality of life services worldwide. The company’s employees are working toward improving the quality of life of 100 million people. It improves organizational performance and enhances the quality of life with its integrated food, facilities, and other services.
The company develops, manages, and delivers a unique range of services such as catering and on-site services, rewards services, personal and home services. It operates in 80 countries and over 100 professions in a wide variety of environments. Sodexo offers a wide range of possibilities to those who share their passion for service.
Sodexo was recently recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its achievements in the recovery of food during the 2017 EPA challenge. The company's continuing commitment to the prevention of food waste led them to receive the EPA’s National Endorser of the Year award.
Sodexo's VP for corporate responsibility, Ted Monk, says, "We are proud to be recognized by the EPA for our commitment to food recovery. As always, we strive to integrate food waste prevention into our business through training and awareness, which is outlined in our Better Tomorrow 2025 strategy."
The company educates companies or organizations on the importance of sustainable food management and the challenge of the EPA for recovery of food. Over the past year, Sodexo has influenced 60 sites, including Loyola Marymount University, New Mexico State University, and Kansas State University.
Committed to the global elimination of avoidable waste, the company is working on the Better Tomorrow 2025 corporate responsibility roadmap. Included in this roadmap is the commitment of Sodexo to support and support initiatives such as the Food Recovery Challenge of the EPA. EPA partners with municipalities, businesses, and other entities to decrease the quantity of food in landfills and helps to save money on waste disposal through the EPA’s Food Recovery Challenge.