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  • Sodexo Stop Hunger Servathon Event Serves Meals for 1,500 Residents in Wilmington, Delaware

    Sodexo Stop Hunger Servathon Event Serves Meals for 1,500 Residents in Wilmington, Delaware

    In collaboration with Nestle Professional and Prostart®, meals are being served from Chase Center on the Riverfront to combat local food insecurityWILMINGTON, DE., May 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, Sodexo – worldwide leader in quality of life services – hosted a community Servathon event with its Stop Hunger Foundation to address food insecurity by donating 1,500 meals, in close partnership with Nestle Professional, Prostart® and local food banks. Servathon is Sodexo’s largest global Stop Hunger Foundation event. Every April and May, Sodexo empowers its employees around the world to join forces, engage their teams and fight hunger in their local communities. This is done through service, skilled volunteerism, fundraising and activities that go beyond food aid. Participating in Servathon is a great engagement and team-building tool. The foundation distributed over 4,100,000 meals during 2020. With meal-producing efforts led by Sodexo Executive Chef Jim Berman who oversees the culinary program at the Chase Center and Nestle Professional Executive Chef Felix Maietta, trucks were loaded up with 1,500 soups and other food items. The production used fresh, scratch ingredients, with preparations that began on Sunday and culminated Monday morning. Members of the Sodexo Sports & Leisure executive team joined the efforts, including CEO Steve Pangburn, EVP Greg Fender, EVP Sal Ferrulo and Corporate Executive Chef Carmen Callo. “The Stop Hunger Foundation plays such a crucial role, and it’s our honor to play our part,” said Steve Pangburn, CEO, Sodexo Sports & Leisure. “Together, we work to address food shortages, so that our local neighbors can thrive.” The participating local food banks include: Place SojournersMary Mother of Hope House II and IIIDelaware Center for Homeless VeteransSunday Breakfast Mission “It starts and ends with the value of teamwork, added Roxanne Moore, Executive Director, Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation.” As a team – of collaborative partners – we can unify together to really have an impact on stamping out hunger.” ## CONTACT: Heidi Bullman Sodexo Heidi.Bullman@sodexo.com

  • Sodexo launches “La Passerelle” (The Bridge), a new economic model with a positive social impact, in priority neighborhoods

    Sodexo launches “La Passerelle” (The Bridge), a new economic model with a positive social impact, in priority neighborhoods

    Issy-les-Moulineaux, May 10, 2021 - Today, Sodexo is announcing the launch of La Passerelle, a new economic model that seeks to have greater impact on employability, health through food and social cohesion in priority neighborhoods. La Passerelle is first and foremost about centers located at the heart of the city, where several activities are brought together around a vegetable processing plant and a community space. The first La Passerelle center has been successful in the Quartiers Fertiles (Fertile Neighborhoods) call for projects competition led by the National Urban Renewal Agency. It will open in Clichy-sous-Bois, in the Paris area, in 2022. A further ten similar projects are set to be launched by 2025. A place for impact and societal innovation Building on its historic commitment and its dual mission – to improve the quality of life of its employees and those it serves, and to contribute to the economic, social and environmental development of the communities where it operates – Sodexo is launching a new and inclusive economic model, La Passerelle. This innovative model, designed to have a positive impact on the local community, specifically hopes to: Help to improve the employability of local residentsContribute to improving health by creating awareness around nutrition Contribute to social cohesion and connectionContribute to the attractiveness of the community In Clichy-sous-Bois, a center designed with and for localsWhat is La Passerelle? It is a place dedicated to boosting the economy and social life of the local community. It is located within a priority neighborhood, close to the residents who will be the first beneficiaries of the building and its program of activities. The first center will open in Clichy-sous-Bois in early 2022. It will provide four activities: A vegetable processing plant. As the economic driver behind the project, the vegetable processing plant will support the model while helping to improve the employability of local residents and to promote a more local, plant-based diet. The facility will prepare 350 metric tons of fresh local produce every year. Half of this will be directed to Sodexo’s usual distribution channels, while the other half will be sold directly to consumers via retail networks. A daycare facility. The facility will have 21 places available for residents, as childcare continues to be one of the main obstacles to employment and training. Support workshops will also be offered to parents who are seeking to enter the job market. A training room. To compensate for the insufficient availability of training facilities in the community, and respond to local demand, this room will offer skills training led by a local provider.A community space. The community space will be jointly managed by local stakeholders and will host a program of activities aimed at residents from the local neighborhood. These activities might include, for example, workshops on the links between health and nutrition. The center itself will create around 20 jobs, while 500 people will benefit from the various activities, events and training sessions held each year. An eco-friendly, collaborative approach In addition to the anticipated employment and social cohesion benefits, La Passerelle in Clichy-sous-Bois forms part of a deliberately eco-friendly approach. Certified by both Bâtiments Durables Franciliens and E+C-, the building will have a wooden facade and green roof, helping to combat the urban heat island effect. Its operating principle will be based primarily on the circular economy, from supply through waste management.Created and designed by Sodexo, the program of activities for this innovative center has been jointly developed with local organizations, both public – including Clichy-sous-Bois City Hall – and private, to ensure that it meets the needs of the community and produces the intended positive impact. Sodexo has also worked closely with relevant non-profit organizations and NGOs. An innovative center supported by Quartiers FertilesAs a social innovation project, La Passerelle in Clichy-sous-Bois was named a winner of the Quartiers Fertiles call for projects, led by the National Urban Renewal Agency. The project supports and promotes urban agriculture, because it helps both to guarantee commercial markets for the produce of local farmers and to raise local awareness of short supply chains and the links between health and nutrition, including for those on a limited budget. A model destined to spread throughout FranceWith La Passerelle, Sodexo is using its identity as a local player, its knowledge with regard to local and inclusive procurement and its consumer understanding to help create a new economic model. La Passerelle in Clichy-sous-Bois aims to break even from its third year of operations. Profits will be reinvested in developing and quickly replicating the model, which is destined to spread throughout France, in service of a single goal – implementing an economic model which has a positive impact on employability, health through food and social cohesion – while adapting to the specific needs of each community. With support from the National Urban Renewal Agency in the long run, Sodexo has set a target of launching ten similar projects nationally by 2025. “We are proud to be the driving force behind this new, inclusive and sustainable economic model. It falls within the Group’s historic commitment to social responsibility, while also meeting consumers’ desire for a more local and sustainable diet. The return to sustainable growth and the stepping up of our inclusive and supportive approach are closely linked. The crisis is exacerbating the economic and social needs of communities, and I have no doubt that it is at the local level that the responses to many current challenges are to be found. Companies have a key role to play, in partnership with public bodies and associations.” Sophie Bellon, Chairwoman of Sodexo’s Board of Directors “As Mayor of Clichy-sous-Bois, I’m thrilled about the opening of La Passerelle in 2022. It is above all great news for local residents, who will be the first beneficiaries, and will see its practical impact in terms of employment, health, nutrition and social cohesion. A truly multipurpose community space, La Passerelle is a unique model which will become a reality thanks to financial and operational support from the Quartiers Fertiles call for projects launched by the National Urban Renewal Agency and its partners. The Quartiers Fertiles call for projects has already provided support to 75 project leaders throughout the country, to democratize and accelerate the introduction of urban agriculture to neighborhoods.” Olivier Klein, Mayor of Clichy-sous-Bois and Chair of the National Urban Renewal Agency About Sodexo Founded in Marseille in 1966 by Pierre Bellon, Sodexo is the global leader in services that improve Quality of Life, an essential factor in individual and organizational performance. Operating in 64 countries, Sodexo serves 100 million consumers each day through its unique combination of On-site Services, Benefits & Rewards Services and Personal & Home Services. Sodexo provides clients an integrated offering developed over more than 50 years of experience: from foodservices, reception, maintenance and cleaning, to facilities and equipment management; from services and programs fostering employees’ engagement to solutions that simplify and optimize their mobility and expenses management, to in-home assistance, child care centers and concierge services. Sodexo’s success and performance are founded on its independence, its sustainable business model and its ability to continuously develop and engage its 420,000 employees throughout the world. Sodexo is included in the CAC Next 20, CAC 40 ESG, FTSE 4 Good and DJSI indices. Key figures 19.3 billion euro in Fiscal 2020 consolidated revenues 420,000 employees as at August 31, 2020 #1 France-based private employer worldwide 64 countries 100 million consumers served daily 12.1 billion euro in market capitalization (as at March 31, 2021) Press contactNathalie LAMBERT Tel: +33 6 83 57 35 67 nathalie.lambert@sodexo.com Attachment sdx_210x297_cdp_La_Passerelle_en

  • Sodexo Awarded Contracts and Extensions with the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA), and Guam Department of Education

    Sodexo Awarded Contracts and Extensions with the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA), and Guam Department of Education

    Gaithersburg, Md., May 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sodexo, a leader in food services and facilities management, announced today awarded contracts and extensions with the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCa), and Guam Department of Education. Specifically, Sodexo extended the company’s long-term partnership with the U.S. Army MEDCOM and Guam Department of Education in addition to retaining and winning additional business with DeCA. “As the nation’s largest foodservice provider to the Federal Government, Sodexo is keenly aware of the way our services support the missions of government agencies and the military,” explained Brett Ladd, CEO, Government North America, Sodexo. “Working in tandem with important organizations like U.S. Army MEDCOM, Defense Commissary Agency and Guam Department of Education, we have the privilege of improving life for a broad range of patrons – everyone from active military members and their families to veterans and folks working for government agency buildings throughout the country. It’s quite a responsibility, but one Sodexo takes on proudly.” U.S. Army MEDCOM Sodexo was awarded a contract extension with the U.S. Army MEDCOM where Sodexo has been the prime food services contractor since 2008. Through this extension, Sodexo will continue to serve five premier military treatment facilities located at West Point, NY; Ft. Stewart, GA; Ft. Leonard Wood, MO; Ft. Riley, KS; and Ft. Irwin, CA. This contract extension was awarded for tremendous performance exhibited by onsite teams, especially while managing the COVID-19 pandemic. DeCA Commissaries Sodexo was awarded both a contract extension and additional sites at multiple commissary locations. Through this partnership, Sodexo will work to improve patron experience at 22 sites, 10 of which are new development sites. This contract is to provide all personnel, supervision, and any items and services necessary to perform the deli and bakery operations. Both the contract win and extension were awarded based on Sodexo’s consumer insight-driven solutions, consistency in operations, and high client satisfaction. Guam Department of Education Sodexo was awarded a contract extension with the Guam Department of Education where Sodexo has supported the GDOE Food Service Management Program for the past 10 years through the preparation and distribution of breakfast and lunch for 38 schools in accordance with the GDOE regulations, requirements, policies, and procedures. This partnership has been extended and retained based on supply chain reliability and commitment to community involvement among other factors. About Sodexo North America Sodexo North America is part of a global, Fortune 500 company with a presence in 64 countries. Sodexo is a leading provider of integrated food, facilities management and other services that enhance organizational performance, contribute to local communities and improve quality of life for millions of customers in corporate, education, healthcare, senior living, sports and leisure, government and other environments daily. The company employs 160,000 people at 13,500 sites in all 50 U.S. states and Canada, and indirectly supports tens of thousands of additional jobs through its annual purchases of $17B in goods and services from small to large businesses. Sodexo is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion and safety, while upholding the highest standards of corporate responsibility and ethical business conduct. In support of local communities across the U.S., in 2019, the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation mobilized 37,000 Sodexo volunteers to distribute 3.2 million meals to help 2.3 million children and adults meet their immediate food needs. Since 1996, the Stop Hunger Foundation has contributed $34.5 million to help feed children in America impacted by hunger. To learn more about Sodexo, visit us.sodexo.com, and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube. CONTACT: Heidi Bullman Sodexo Heidi.Bullman@sodexo.com