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  • Communityroadmap OUR RECORD IN 2010 Objective Target date Status Principal accomplishments Responsible consumption [Principle 8 of the UN Global Compact] Continue to expand the Casino 2010 By the end of 2010 the Carbon Index had been Carbon Index by applying it applied to 626 products sold in Group stores to 600 Casino food products The Carbon Index was improved on 15 items, representing a reduction in CO2 of 26.6 metric tonnes Maintain efforts to reduce 2010 The number of garden furniture products made the number of products made from exotic wood fell from 17 to 12. All products from exotic wood and ensure are FSC-certified that all such products sold bear the FSC label Expand the number of 2010 Two new products bearing the European Union household items and health Ecolabel were introduced instead of nine and beauty aids awarded the European Union Ecolabel by creating nine new products in 2010 Expand the number of products 2010 59 paper products were PEFC-certified at the end carrying the PEFC label in of 2010, compared to 40 in 2010 self-service general household merchandise Introduce more than sixty 2010 77 new Casino Bio food products were introduced new Casino Bio products
  • Objective Target date Status Principal accomplishmentsExpand the selection of organic 2010 Events on organic food were held at overproducts in the foodservice three-fourths of R2C corporate restaurantsdivision 158 organic products were offered in corporate restaurants in 2010, compared to 40 in 2009Expand the line of Casino Bio 2010 One new product was introduced in 2010cosmeticsProduct quality and safety [Principle 7 of the UN Global Compact]Establish the France Quality 2010 The Committee will be established in 2011Policy CommitteeNutritionAppoint a nutritional health 2010 The Committee is comprised of four expertsscience committee tasked and a moderatorwith establishing guidelines Topics studied in 2010: hydrogenated fatsfor defining the Group’s and fatty acids (trans fats), reductions in additives,nutritional health policy consumption dataContinue steps to improve 2010 The nutritional content of 154 products was improvedthe nutritional content in 2010 (for a total of 905 products by end-year),of products in addition to five products in the foodservice divisionIntroduce a new line of products 2010 A line of gluten-free Casino products was introducedthat address health in partnership with the French Gluten Intoleranceand wellness concerns Association (AFDIAG) A new “Casino Bien Pour Vous” line was introduced in response to specific consumer demand for health and fitness productsContinue to deploy the new 2010 91% of private-label products carry the nutritionalnutritional labelling on Casino labellingproductsRemove palm oil from 2010 Palm oil eliminated from 204 Casino products200 Casino products A “No palm oil” logo, visible on the front of the product, was created to identify reformulated products. At the end of 2010, 72 products in stores carried the “No palm oil” label 12 products in the foodservice division were reformulated
  • Community roadmap OUR RECORD IN 2010 Objective Target date Status Principal accomplishments Supplier relations Continue SME immersion 2011 Eight buyers and product managers took part sessions among buyers in SME immersion sessions and managers Organise a new showcase 2010 The Innovation showroom organised in cooperation for SMEs on the topic with the Fédération des Entreprises et Entrepreneurs of innovation de France attracted some 100 participants An EMCD Innovation Day was held: 50 submissions were received from manufacturers and seven innovative products are being developed Social and ethical affairs [Principles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 of the UN Global Compact] Implement the new version 2010 95 social audits were conducted using the new audit grid of the Social Clause at supplier sites in sensitive countries (China, Bangladesh, Initiative audit grid Vietnam, Thailand, Pakistan), including four audits of tier-two contractors Finalise a corporate human 2010 As part of EDH, Casino helped to develop the human rights awareness training rights awareness training module module in accordance with Five Casino managers tested the module in 2010 Companies for Human Rights (EDH) Social responsibility Expand actions taken 2010 Stores mobilised on behalf of France’s annual food in partnership with food bank collection drive: 1,700 metric tonnes of products banks, including donations were collected by stores, and continue The Community Action Holiday was established to mobilise employees on an experimental basis: 58 employees donated hours to volunteer their totalling 138 days; 15 volunteers provided 70 days participation in the national of work on behalf of food banks food bank collection
  • Objective Target date Status Principal accomplishmentsLaunch the corporate 2010 An initial campaign, “Overcoming isolation amongfoundation: implement hospitalised children”, was carried out in three regionsinitial projects with a partner organisation
  • Community roadmap OUR NEXT STEPS Objective Target date Responsible consumption [Principle 8 of the UN Global Compact] Apply the Carbon Index to a cumulative total of 700 Casino food products 2011 Improve the Carbon Index on 20 items Introduce 40 new Casino Bio food products 2011 Continue to highlight organic products in the foodservice division 2011 Introduce 10 new Casino Bio cosmetics products 2011 Expand the number of clothing products made from organic cotton 2011 Product quality and safety [Principle 7 of the UN Global Compact] Develop a computerised system for exchanging technical data with suppliers 2011 of raw materials to the foodservice division Obtain International Food Standard (IFS) certification for all warehouses 2011 Nutrition Continue the Group’s study of topics to be addressed in an enhanced health 2011 and nutrition policy Continue to improve the nutritional quality of the raw materials 2011 and recipes used in the foodservice division Continue to expand the Casino Bien Pour Vous product line 2011 Join the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) 2011 Maintain efforts to remove palm oil from Casino food products 2011 with an objective of elimination from all products by 2012 Eliminate the use of palm oil in the Group’s restaurants 2011
  • Objective Target dateSupplier relationsSupport innovation and competitiveness among SMEs, notably through 2012the “Targeting Growth” and “SME Pact” programmesContinue holding the Innovation Day events and increase the number 2011of partnersSocial and ethical affairs [Principles 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of the UN Global Compact]Conduct 100 social audits in China, Vietnam, Thailand, Bangladesh, India, 2011and North AfricaContinue audits of sub-subcontractorsBegin a campaign of special audits in the denim industryProvide for deployment of the Group Ethics Charter (drafted in 2010 2011and completed in early 2011)Anti-corruption [Principle 10 of the UN Global Compact]Monitor the implementation of anti-corruption action plans at all entities 2011where such plans were adopted in 2010Continue the corruption awareness training and the workshops 2011that were begun in 2010 in order to encompass activities generatingmore than half of the Group’s revenueSocial responsibilityContinue efforts of behalf of France’s food banks 2011Prepare an assessment of the “Community Action Holiday” pilot projectDevelop new projects through the Casino Corporate Foundation 2011to promote access to culture among disadvantaged children