for a sustainable future
Reducing our collective impact on the environment is at the core of our business. For years, the RELEX Living Retail Platform has helped retailers, wholesalers, and manufacturers reduce waste through forecast and inventory optimization.
Key environmental figures
Key figures explained
By optimizing end-to-end inventory management for fresh food products, we’re cutting food waste by up to 40%. Across our customer base, that means we prevent 9M+ kilograms of food waste each year.
Stopping 9M+ kgs of food waste is the same as stopping 29,000 tons of CO2 equivalents. Put another way, our annual carbon handprint has the same impact as planting 1.2 million trees to remove CO2 from the air.
With a 2021 carbon footprint of 2500 tons of CO2 equivalents and a handprint of 29,000 tons, our net carbon impact is over 11x. For every CO2 unit we emit, we stop 11 units from hitting our atmosphere!
RELEX Sustainability Report
Our first annual Sustainability Report covers a wide array of ESG (environmental, social, and governance) topics. We’re committed to expanding our efforts throughout 2022 and developing disciplined, intentional processes to share, measure, and report on our goals, commitments, and accomplishments.
Sustainable success stories
from companies just like you
Case Ametller Origen Group
Ametller Origen significantly increased product availability and reduced fresh spoilage after implementing RELEX.
Franprix, a leading convenience store retailer, significantly improved its operational efficiency and replenishment accuracy after the adoption of RELEX.
Resources & News
Enjoy the latest thought leadership and news on the topic of sustainability
Study Highlights Four Grocery Businesses Improving Retail Sustainability
Fresh items attract customers, yet grocers lose over 1,5 percent of revenue to food waste. Waste reduction is not just about sustainability, but it also contributes to a healthier balance sheet.
Sustainability Today: Taking Measurable Action to Reduce Food Waste
In this webinar, our expert Katie Malakhov is joined by Maen Mahfoud, CEO of food rescue organization Replate. They discuss how data-driven supply chain forecasting and food donation logistics can support measurable sustainability efforts.