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Nadia Almeida, Sodexo

Nadia Almeida, SodexoNadia Almeida is a Catering Supervisor for Sodexo. She shares her company's concern about sustainable fish, and says: "Looking after the oceans is crucial. I'm ashamed that more people don't care about it, I don't think people realise what's going on. We're all part of the same planet."
 

In the UK and Ireland region, Sodexo employs around 43,000 people, and provides on-site services to clients at over 2,300 locations in the corporate, healthcare, education, leisure and defence sectors. Sodexo are the first caterer of their size to achieve Marine Stewardship Council chain of custody across all their sites and are keen supporters of Sustainable Fish City. Sodexo provides food for public and private sector organisations, including many of London’s attractions such as the HMS Belfast, the Cabinet War Rooms and the Chelsea Flower Show.

Find out more about Sodexo's sustainable fish commitment at: http://uk.sodexo.com/uken/corporate-citizenship/sustainable/seafood.asp
Read comments from other people involved in Sodexo's sustainable fish procurement:

Tamsin Gane, Sodexo Tony Cooke, Sodexo Sodexo logo Michelle Hanson, Sodexo Brendan Southworth, Sodexo

Rosie Boycott, London Food Board

Taking a sustainable approach to fish is critical to the food security of our city. It is shocking to think that within our lifetimes, we could lose some of our favourite species from the seas forever.

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