The food service sector is stepping up

Action is needed to respond to the climate emergency! The extended producer responsibility (EPR) model has more than proved itself over the last 30 years. It has enabled companies to contribute to change by jointly funding the initiatives that reduce the impact of everyday packaging and products on the planet. 

Citeo and Adelphe are commited and have created Citeo Pro to support the parties involved in this new regulatory obligation.

Citeo PRO is currently the only approved eco-organisation for the new EPR for food service packaging, which came into force on 15 March 2024.

Would you like Citeo Pro to send you updates with the latest news regarding EPR for food service packaging?

For more information, you can consult the Q&A

Who does the EPR scheme for food service packaging concern?

Under the provisions of the French Climate and Resilience Law, businesses selling food products to food service professionals are required to reduce the environmental impact of primary packaging for these products from 15 March 2024. Anyone with a main or secondary professional activity in the food service industry is concerned. It is relevant to all types of food service activity, such as restaurants, canteens, hotels, service stations and fast-food outlets.

The stages of EPR for food service Packaging

The stages of EPR for food service Packaging The stages of EPR for food service Packaging

A Q&A will be available from the end of september. In the meantime, you can consult the french Q&A or use the contact form to ask your questions.