Carrefour and its subsidiary, Laiterie de Saint-Denis-de-l, are involved in the Hôtel (LSDH) group, 66 to finance organic dairy production and commercially viable production to meet consumer demand. Thursday is a retail retailer of French retailers.
"Volume and price obligations". This operation, launched on Wednesday in the Open Agrofood Forum in Orlitz, is conducted jointly by the WWF France and the Central Provinces (APLBC) with dairy producers. "It's a unique project, ambitious and responsible, it's paying manufacturers with volatile and price commitments," said Carrefour, Secretary-General of Lawrence Valley.
50 Euros per 1000 liters of milk. 66 producers receive subsidies of 50 Euros per 1000 liters of milk for two years, including Carrefour 20 Euros and LSDH 30. Later, the milk is returned to LSDH and is sold to Carrefour, which guarantees a flow of volumes produced to farmers by signing a three-year contract.
Reduced transport and eco-projected bricks. In addition, a collection of low-polluting trucks runs on biomass to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and rolls are made of non-aluminum-free environmental bricks tested in German. SIG Combibloc. The estimated production volume will be 10 million liters and will be sold since 2020.
According to the latest milk research by the Ministry of Agriculture, organic milk was introduced in France by 2.6% of the savings in 2017. One of the key players in the French market of milk and fruit juice, located in Saint-Denis-de-l'Helte (Loiret), France, is one of the major players in the LSDH process of 300 million liters of milk, 70 million of which are bio.