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METRO @ Seafood Expo Global in Brussels

METRO experts at several events, 25 April 2017

METRO showed high engagement at the Brussels Seafood Expo, 25 April 2017. METRO experts visited several events and emphasised the importance of seafood for the company.

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„METRO Water Initiative“ shows commitment in fighting water scarcity

On March 22nd, the United Nations World Water Day, METRO Cash & Carry starts the “METRO Water Initiative“. Its goal is to increase sensibility for an important and worldwide issue: global water scarcity.

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Acting today for tomorrow

Sustainability in corporate strategy

Keynote address by Olaf Koch at the International Travel Trade Show in Berlin, 2017

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'There are 80 million would-be farmers in Germany'

Interview Trade Letter February 2017

Jochen Fritz and Marcus Holtkötter, both connected to the 'Wir machen Euch satt!' (We feed you!) demonstrations talk about sustainable agricultural and food policy. Topics like organic farming and animal welfare labels are part of the interesting interview, which is part of our new Trade Letter February 2017.

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How to reduce food waste in the hospitality sector? Hands-on guidelines by HOTREC

Reducing food waste is one of the hot topics and a challenge for the EU. METRO participates in the discussion and is part of a network that searches for joint solutions. A brochure with guidelines to reduce food waste and recommendations to manage food donations for the hospitality sector is now available.

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METRO's programme to reduce emissions from fluorinated refrigerants in cooling systems

F-Gas Exit Programme

By 2030, METRO GROUP will have phased out the use of HFC worldwide. It has launched an “F-Gas Exit Programme” to reduce emissions from refrigerants.

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