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Enhancing product traceability

Focus Mélanie Guilldou



By 2025, Lagardère Travel Retail will no longer be selling any item containing eggs or egg products from battery hens, in any part of its network, which currently consists of more than 850 stores in 19 countries.
That decision was the result of a close collaboration with French charity L214 and the international organization The Humane League, with which Lagardère Travel Retail has established a relationship of mutual trust.
Those organisations are committed to reducing animal cruelty, particularly by improving the conditions in which animals are raised.
This important step is part of Lagardère Travel Retail's comprehensive and proactive efforts in favour of sustainable development, and addresses society's growing desire to improve farm conditions for animals and product traceability.
The decision produced a very positive response in the local, national and international press, in both generalist and trade publications.
Lagardère Travel Retail is planning to extend its decision to other categories of sensitive food products, and is also contributing to the Lagardère group's CSR policy, in partnership with independent organisation Ecovadis, as regards assessing the environmental and social performance of its suppliers.

Executive Vice President Foodservice Global,
Lagardère Travel Retail