METRO keeps up its commitment with electro-mobility
METRO AG joins EV100 Initiative
Electro-mobility is part of METRO’s strategy to reduce the total climate impact of our business operations in accordance with the 2030 climate protection target by at least 50% of CO2 emissions per square metre of retail space compared to 2011.
METRO convinces again in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index
For the third time in a row, METRO has become the industry leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index - worldwide (DJSI World) as well as in the category of Europe (DJSI Europe). This means that METRO is the world's best food trading company in the aspect of sustainability. The index members of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index family are determined by the rating agency RobecoSAM.
Vertical farming in real life
"Farm to Fork" products for our customers
If there are are 10 billion people on earth in 2050, new food solutions are needed. The "Foodwaste" can also be reduced: only the necessary food to use for a dish will be reaped.
Edible Science: Thoughts on Future of Food
Utopia or vision?
The change in the food sector through new technologies, innovations and concepts is mainly driven by global megatrends such as digitalization, urbanization, sustainability (climate change), overpopulation, individualization, health and "demographic change". In the future, it will be no longer possible to speak of vertical supply-chains, since mechanisms of the circular economy, for e.g. the use of biomass streams, are transforming the food system into an "ecosystem". In addition, all market players will be connected and interrelated.
METRO Regional Projects - Promoting sustainable agriculture and sustaining cultural heritage
“From the field to the plate” – This is the slogan for current and future projects of METRO and their partners in the METRO Cash & Carry countries. For specific information about the countries own projects click below.
Ushering in alternative mobility at METRO
How the fleet of vehicles and logistics contributes to METRO's climate target
Alternative mobility becomes increasingly important at METRO to reduce the total climate impact of METRO's business operations in accordance with METRO's 2030 climate protection target by at least 50% of CO2 emissions per square metre of retail space compared to 2011.