By pursuing a passion for wellbeing and nutrition, we help our consumers and employees adopt a more balanced lifestyle.
As a global food service company, we recognise that we have an enormous impact on what our 20+ million consumers choose to eat and drink. We make a positive contribution to their diet and nutrition and we are proud of the role we play in promoting the benefits of good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle, particularly, as in some of the markets where we operate, the food we provide may be the only nutritious meal eaten by our consumers that day.
We help our clients to deliver improved employee performance and satisfaction, encouraging client retention in our business.
We drive our health and wellbeing strategy through:
According to the Global Nutrition Report 2018, obesity among adults across the globe is at record levels, and is increasing fastest among adolescents. We are in a privileged position to help consumers to make better nutritional choices, reducing their consumption of salt, fat and sugar, increasing their fruit and vegetable intake and eating smaller portions, all without compromising on quality or taste.
We believe that protecting the mental health of employees should be a priority for all responsible businesses. Our goal is to provide supportive and understanding work environments for our people and our local communities, helping them to identify and address stress and depression.
We are dedicated to helping our consumers and employees adopt a balanced diet and make achievable lifestyle changes.
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Every month, our Nutrition team goes to great lengths to educate our consumers on the food that they consume and how it relates to their personal health using health and wellbeing topics that have been carefully selected.
Salt Reduction Scheme for School Lunches
Chartwells is proud to have been part of the “Salt Reduction Scheme for School Lunches” by the Department of Health since 2017. By participating in this programme, we have pledged to provide sodium-reduced school lunches with a recommended average reduction of 5-10 percent each year.
No MSG policy
At Compass, we ensure that our culinary team earnestly follows our strict “No MSG” policy so that you get all the great taste of your favourite dishes without any MSG added. Just like salt and other seasoning that contains sodium, MSG is a source of sodium in our diet and the amount added should be controlled and reduced.
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