Nutrition, health and wellness

As a global player in foodservices, Sodexo has considerable influence on the eating habits of more than 50 million people around the world.
To promote health and wellness, we offer solutions by proposing a wholesome, well-balanced diet with reduced intake of fats, sugar and salt.

We will develop and promote health and wellness solutions for our clients, consumers and employees in all the countries where we operate by 2015.

Wellness program

In China, Sodexo has developed a program called “Wellness” available to all employees at Nokia headquarters, designed to improve the quality of their personal and professional lives.
The Hub, staffed by health, fitness and hospitality professionals, proposes personalized counseling, treatments and exercise equipment for fitness and health.

Concierge services

Sodexo provides our clients’ employees with the resources they need to manage the competing priorities of work and life.
Our teams of highly trained concierge service professionals are ready to help them with their personal to-do lists: hotel booking, airline travel, car rentals, sightseeing and itinerary planning, dinner reservations, tickets to concert, theater, sporting and entertainment events, gifts, home repairs, errands, cleaning services, and locating hard-to-find products or information.

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Nutritional program for weight control

In Latin America, Comer Sano Vivir Bien (Eat Healthy, Live Well) is a nutritional program for weight control that educates our consumers about good nutritional habits to improve their health and well-being.

The program provides information to help people choose nutritious meals based on daily calorie intake recommendations. A nutritionist works with individuals interested in weight control and healthy eating habits to develop personalized dietary guidelines.

The program is available at 105 sites, including 77 client sites benefiting more than 10,000 people. It has also been implemented in 16 schools in Chile, a country in which 22% of children are overweight.