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November 2007 Sodexho Summary Philosophy / Core values / Ethical Principles FY 2006 Financial Highlights Outlook Philosophy Who we are Our company is the community of our clients, customers, employees, and shareholders Our purpose is to exceed their expectations

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november 2007
November 2007

Sodexho

www.sodexho.com

summary
Summary
  • Philosophy / Core values / Ethical Principles

FY 2006 FinancialHighlights

Outlook

page 2

philosophy
Philosophy
  • Who we are
    • Our company is the community of our clients, customers, employees, and shareholders
    • Our purpose is to exceed their expectations
  • Our business strategy: organic growth

We continue to focus on achieving organic growth in earnings and revenues, while contributing to the economic development of countries in which we operate

page 3

philosophy4
Philosophy
  • Our mission

To Improve the Quality of Daily Life

Our Vision

To become the premier global outsourcing expert in Quality of Life services

page 4

philosophy5
Philosophy
  • Our core values
  • Our ethical principles
  • Service spirit
  • Team spirit
  • Spirit of progress
  • Trust
  • Respect for people
  • Transparency
  • Business integrity

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sustainable development
Sustainable Development

1966Pierre Bellon creates Sodexho expressing the intent to contribute to the economic and social development of Sodexho’s host countries and to help its employees in their professional development

1990Sodexho signs the global Sullivan Principles

2003Sodexho signs the United Nations’ Global Compact

2003Commitment to Sustainable Development formalized

  • Commitments to each of our stakeholders : clients, customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders and Sodexho host communities
  • Performance measures put in place

2006Publication of Sodexho’s first Sustainable Development report

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sustainable development7
Sustainable Development

External recognition

  • Sodexho Alliance is listed by the 3 primary indices specializing in socially responsible investment:
    • FTSE4Good index
    • ASPI Eurozone index
    • Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) – Sodexho listed as “supersector leader”

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summary8
Summary

Philosophy / Core values / Ethical Principles

  • FY 2006 FinancialHighlights

Outlook

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consolidated key figures fy 2006
Consolidated key figures FY 2006
  • RevenuesEUR 12.8 billion - USD 15.6 billion*
  • Group net incomeEUR 323 million - USD 395 million*
  • 28,300 sites in 80 countries
  • 332,000 employees, representing more than 130 nationalities

* Average rate for fiscal 2005-2006: 1USD = 0,81639 EUR

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Revenues FY 2006

BY ACTIVITY

97% Food and Facilities Management services

37% Business and Industry

3% Defense

2% Correctional Services

19% Healthcare

6% Seniors

24% Education

6% Remote Sites

3%Service Vouchers and Cards

Issue volume: € 6.3 billion

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revenues fy 200 611
Revenues FY 2006

BY REGION

UK & Ireland

11%

34%

43%

Continental Europe

North America

7%

5%

Latin America

Africa

Asia Pacific

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summary12
Summary

Philosophy / Core values / Ethical Principles

FY 2005 FinancialHighlights

  • Outlook

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outlook our strengths
OutlookOur Strengths
  • Markets with strong potential
  • Strong market leadership positions
  • Global network
  • Our 332,000 employees
  • Our Philosophy and our Values
  • Comprehensive service offer in all segments
  • Independent
  • Our financial model

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VALUE ISSUESFOR THE CLIENT

NEEDSAND EXPECTATIONS OF THE CUSTOMERS

SITECHARACTERISTICS

PORTFOLIO OFOFFER MODULES

OPERATIONS

MARKETING OFFER FOODOur « go to market » strategy

P O T E N T I A L

CUSTOMIZED SOLUTION

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marketing offer food nutrition health wellness
MARKETING OFFER FOODNutrition – Health & Wellness
  • We don’t sell products but meal and food solutions, with total independence from industry and manufacturers
  • We serve globally about 40 million people every day
  • Our position is specific towards alternative solutions
    • No allowed or easy access to other facilities
    • Time saving solutions inside
    • Price difference
  • We have the opportunity to educate, inform, influence
  • We have a unique transversal presence, evidenced by our unique brand policy
    • All countries
    • All ages
    • Across all day parts

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MARKETING OFFER FOODNutrition – Health & Wellness

Our natural scope : just a part of a customer’s food solutions

Monday

Sunday

Morning

Evening

Ex : Business & Industry – Administration

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MARKETING OFFER FOODNutrition – Health & Wellness

Another vision : the backbone for a complete healthy week

Monday

Sunday

Morning

Evening

Ex : Business & Industry – Administration

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MARKETING OFFER FOODNutrition – Health & Wellness

And for schools …

Monday

Sunday

Morning

Evening

Ex : School service (35 weeks / year)

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MARKETING OFFER FOODNutrition – Health & Wellness

With potential impact on holiday periods …

… and on parents

Monday

Sunday

Morning

Evening

Ex : School service (35 weeks / year)

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food safety vision and principles of action
FOOD SAFETYVision and principles of action

Foodservices

that provide a sense of :

Education

Contribution to care

Conviviality

Efficiency

Taste and Pleasure

Replenishment

Nurturing

Supply Chain Traceability

Hygiene Procedures and methods

Customer information

Nutrition

FOOD AVAILABILITY

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obesity
OBESITY
  • OBESITY is a major challenge for Europe
    • Increasing prevalence in all countries
    • Special concern with the young population
  • EU questioned by customer associations with significant political pressure, especially about :
    • Product nutritional content
    • Labeling
    • Traceability
    • Communication and Advertising
  • At EU level, regulations mix all “food industries”. We first had to establish and have recognized differences between
    • Retail
    • Commercial restaurants
    • Contracted food service

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european platform for action on diet physical activity and health
EUROPEAN PLATFORM FOR ACTIONon Diet, Physical Activity and Health
  • EU action is not regulatory
    • Health policies are not in the scope of the Union competencies
    • Highly sensitive and cultural topic
    • Difficult to raise technical consensus
    • Difficult to implement and control
  • Platform for Action
    • Address the key question : Do we need to go for regulations or can we trust operators to be aware of their responsibilities, and behave and act accordingly ?
    • Working method :
      • Platform for exchanges
      • Voluntary commitments
      • Follow-up reports

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EUROPEAN PLATFORM FOR ACTIONon Diet, Physical Activity and Health
  • High expectations on follow-up and reporting

Abstract from a letter received from DG Robert Madelin, insisting on reporting and setting dates for 2006 and 2007

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ferco commitment signatures
FERCO COMMITMENTSignatures

The commitment has been signed on December 14th 2005 by :

  • FERCO
  • National Associations
    • AICC (Ireland)
    • ANGEM (Italy)
    • ARESP (Portugal)
    • BHA (UK)
    • FEADRS (Spain)
    • FHR (Finland)
    • UBC (Belgium)
    • SHR (Sweden)
    • SNRC (France)
    • VENECA (The Netherlands)
    • VIC (Germany)
  • Groups operating in more than 4 european countries
    • Compass
    • Elior
    • Sodexho

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ferco c ommitment content
FERCO COMMITMENTContent
  • I – Adopt and implement general nutrition recommendations
    • Implementing national guidelines
    • Serving varied food
    • Promoting the use of less fat, salt and sugar, and encouraging smaller servings
    • Promoting the consumption of “at least five portions of vegetables and fruits a day”
    • Encouraging the consumption of high fiber products
    • Offering a well balanced, varied choice of protein and calcium source products
    • Plenty of liquid
    • Time to enjoy food in an appropriate environment

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ferco commitment content
FERCO COMMITMENTContent
  • II – Work with clients and suppliers to improve the availability of understandable and relevant information for end consumers
    • Keep records about food service
    • Work with suppliers to establish relevant communication and traceability framework
  • III – Participate in Public Authorities initiatives and develop educational campaigns
    • Participate in national campaigns on diet, physical activity and health
    • Develop, where possible and appropriate, educational programs, to be implemented in coordination with parents association and local authorities

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FERCO COMMITMENTContent
  • IV – Promote healthier lifestyles and develop sustainable training programs in this area
    • Branch agreement on Corporate Social Responsibility – with « fight against obesity » as an area for action
    • Training programs with focus on technical matters, service, taste, presentation and display on food
  • V – Monitoring system
    • Check list for progress review during 2006
    • Report end 2006

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o ther branches benchmarks
OTHER BRANCHESBenchmarks

Numerous branches have signed commitments

  • CIAA – Confederation of the Food and Drink Industries
  • COPA – COGECA – Farmers and Cooperatives
  • EMRA – European Modern Restaurant Association
  • EuroCommerce – Retail, Wholesale and International trade
  • EVA – European Vending Association
  • UNESDA – Union of European Beverages Association
  • WFA – World Federation of Advertisers

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sodexho actions a european commitment to foster and canalize local initiatives
SODEXHO ACTIONSA European commitment to foster and canalize local initiatives

Every Sodexho customer, in every site where we operate and every day, benefits of actions from at least 3 different categories among the following 13

  • Products and food « best practices »
    • Always offer green vegetables with pasta, rice or potatoes
    • Promote fish recipes with low-fat cooking methods
    • Promote low-fat cooking
    • Offer healthy and quick meal solutions
    • Offer a tool for personal nutritional follow-up
  • Food intelligence
    • Offer a breakfast
    • Communication about bio-rhythm
    • Avoid complex recipes
    • Clearly inform about the content of the recipes
    • Show sample of the raw products and ingredients, to ease the understanding of the recipes
    • Suggest to customers to calculate and follow-up their BMI (Body Mass Index)
  • Exercise
    • Communicate about the importance of daily exercise, with simple examples (ex : 30mn walk, don’t use the lift, …)
    • Make easy access to sport facilities

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health wellbeing policy our commitments
Health & Wellbeing policyOur commitments
  • We have concrete actions and programs in most countries where we operate
    • Austria
    • Belgium
    • Czech Republic
    • Finland
    • France
    • Germany
    • Hungary
    • Italy
    • Netherlands
    • Portugal
    • Spain

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health wellbeing policy our commitments actions 1 2
Health & Wellbeing policyOur commitments – Actions (1/2)
  • Always offer a green vegetables alternative
    • 32programs
    • 1 884 850 consumers
  • Promote fish dishes with low-fat cooking methods
    • 18programs
    • 914 300 consumers
  • Promote low-fat cooking methods
    • 20programs
    • 2 408 400 consumers

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health wellbeing policy our commitments actions 1 233
Health & Wellbeing policyOur commitments – Actions (1/2)
  • Offer healthy and quick meal solutions
    • 12programs
    • 61 000 consumers
  • Offer a tool for personal nutritional follow-up
    • 5 programs
    • 1 023 400 consumers
  • Offer a breakfast option
    • 18programs
    • 309600 consumers

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health wellbeing policy our commitments communication 1 2
Health & Wellbeing policyOur commitments – Communication (1/2)
  • Communication about bio-rhythm
    • 4programs
    • 24 200 consumers
  • Avoid complex recipes
    • 12programs
    • 547 200 consumers
  • Clearly inform about the content of the recipes
    • 9programs
    • 1 367 700 consumers

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Health & Wellbeing policyOur commitments – Communication (1/2)
  • Show sample of raw products and ingredients
    • 7programs
    • 199 660 consumers
  • Suggest to calculate and follow-up BMI
    • 21programs
    • 746 500 consumers

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health wellbeing policy our commitments physical exercise
Health & Wellbeing policyOur commitments – Physical Exercise
  • Communication about daily exercise
    • 13 programs
    • 1 964 400 consumers
  • Ease access to sport or fitness facilities
    • 2 programs
    • - consumers

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