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Sodexo has been part of the Berlin based project called "Wo kommt dein Essen her?" (engl.: Where does your food come from?)
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Crisp, fresh, and in a rainbow of colours! Here, freshly-harvested regional ingredients and produce are always on the menu. That's why So Happy takes the shortest possible route from the farm to the kitchen. We also source seasonal food from regional purveyors, prioritise short delivery routes, and prepare freshly-made meals daily or reheat food gently on site.
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Sodexo has been part of the Berlin based project called "Wo kommt dein Essen her?" (engl.: Where does your food come from?) from the very beginning. It aims to bring more locally sourced organic food onto the menus of Berlin's schools. Their newly launched "Regio-Karte" (engl. Regional Map) unites the portrayal of the value chains of school food with the exploratory spirit of the students.
HOLGER SCHREIBER, Mayor of Wustermark
SODEXO’S RAISED BEDS GIVE MANY CHILDREN THEIR FIRST HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE WITH GOOD NUTRITION. GARDENING TEACHES THEM SO MANY VALUABLE LESSONS ABOUT FOOD.
ANDREA KRÁCSER, Regional Manager of JugendSozialwerks Nordhausen e.V.
Sodexo’s food is both substantial and tasty. It’s also a good value for your money.