Carrefour and its foundation, affiliated with the Laiterie de Saint-Denis-de-l & # 39; Hôtel (LSDH) group, will finance the conversion of 66 milk producers to the organic sector and commercialize production to meet the growing consumer demand. Thursday French number one seller.
"Commitments in terms of size and price". This operation, launched on Wednesday at the Open Agrifood forum in Orléans, is also being carried out in cooperation with WWF France and the association of milk producers at Center Basin (APLBC). "This is an unprecedented, ambitious and responsible project that pays to manufacturers in terms of size and price," said Carrefour General Secretary at Lawrence Valley.
50 euros for every 1000 liters of milk. 66 producers will receive 50 euros of subsidies per 1000 liters of milk for a two-year conversion, of which 20 euros for Carrefour and 30 for LSDH. The milk will then be packaged by LSDH and put on the market by Carrefour, which guarantees farmers the flow of volumes produced by signing a three-year contract.
Less polluting transport and ecology designed bricks. In addition to this support, the collection will be carried out by trucks with lower emissivity, powered by biomethane, to reduce CO2 emissions, and the packaging will be made in ecological bricks without aluminum, which are tested with German. SIG Combibloc. The projected production is 10 million liters and should be marketed from 2020.
Ecological milk accounted for 2.6% of the collection in France in 2017, according to the latest annual dairy review of the Ministry of Agriculture. LSDH, one of the major players on the French milk and fruit packaging market, based in Saint-Denis-de-l & # 39; Hôtel in Loiret, currently processes 300 million liters of milk, of which 70 million bio.