The most innovative Carrefour suppliers awarded - the final of  8th Autodiagnostic campaign

The most innovative Carrefour suppliers awarded - the final of 8th Autodiagnostic campaign

  • 14.11.2018
  • Sustainable development

Carrefour Poland announced the wining projects of the 8th edition of the Autodiagnostic campaign called „Challenges for suppliers in the field of innovation”. During the final gala, the best Carrefour private label suppliers received the award form Robert Noceń, Secretary General and Barbara Kowalska, Director of Quality and Sustainable Development. 

The aim of Autodiagnosic campaign developed by Carrefour is promotion of sustainable development among the private label suppliers and enable them to evaluate their activities in this area. In 8th edition of the campaign, the suppliers could submit the innovative CSR solutions in supply chain as well as innovations in products and production process.

The best project of Autodiagnostic campaign 2018 was “Eco-use is a good solution” submitted by Flis company. It is focused on use of plastic packaging waste. Fils, in cooperation with its partner, developed a concept of creating a road-lawn grate for fast ground hardening. It is an alternative to paving stones or asphalt and can be sown with vegetation or filled of decorative aggregate. The winner company received a monthly promotional campaign of its products in Carrefour stores. The jury also honored two projects focusing on healthy nutrition. Makarony Polskie company was appreciated for a pasta line of varied composition that provides dietary nutrition. The product can be bought in a small, 100-gram portions. The other honored company - Seko - gained a favor of the jury for a “Healthy and comfortable” product line based on fish raw materials. They developed the new product range for consumers who have no time to prepare meals but want to eat healthy.

The best Autodiagnostic projects were announced during the annual Meeting of Private Label Suppliers. During the event, partners of Carrefour also had an opportunity to discuss the trends in the industry and new directions in food certification. Moreover, Carrefour representatives presented assumptions of the food transition strategy and Act For Food – an international program of concrete initiatives to encourage customers to eat better and live better.