Tomates suisses ou tomates bio espagnoles ?
Mieux vaut-il acheter un produit suisse conventionnel ou un produit bio étranger ? Voici les éco-notes d’une même tomate selon différents pays d’origine et labels.
The Beelong indicator grades the environmental impact of food on a scale from A to G. It is designed to provide caterers and buyers with environmental information on food products, and give them an additional criterion for making their purchases in full knowledge of the facts.
Restaurants – measure the impact of your food purchase policy, highlight your good practices, benefit from tailored advice and communicate!
Benefit from our expertise in the catering, food or distribution market when developing your projects.
Simply collect the information on food products to measure, interpret or monitor your environmental performance and objectives.
A useful, ergonomic tool, guides to seasonal produce, labels and endangered species, designed specifically for chefs and professional buyers.
Beelong grades your products from A to G according to 5 groups of criteria. Distributors and brands can thus display their products’ grades online, in their catalogues, on packaging or on other communication supports to give proof of transparency and respond to the new needs of caterers, consumers and authorities.
Beelong analyses each food product purchased by your kitchen, offering you a global view of your buying policy, concrete and adapted solutions, and communication elements to highlight your good practices. An approach allowing you to measure and reduce your environmental footprint whilst controlling your costs.
With a database of more than 40 000 food products and sound experience on the ground, Beelong provides you with both quantitative and qualitative information on the Swiss food market, along with tailored advice on project implementation and monitoring.