Where your food comes from and how it is packed has significant influence on our climate
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Concerns are increasing about global economic development in balance with a healthy living environment, which is why the United Nations government leaders formulated seventeen Sustainable Development Goals in 2015. Everyone has influence on these development goals, by the way you consume. In a recent publication of The Lancet concrete dietary guidelines are described for meeting the global nutritional needs in a healthy and sustainable way, in order to realize the development goals. Vivièna strives to follow these guidelines by offering a product range with lots of vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts and unsaturated fats, limited quantities of fish, poultry and meat, and little sugar, starch and saturated fats. In addition, we opt for products of (preferably local) organic cultivation to preserve biodiversity, we pack only what is needed with biodegradable materials and we minimize food waste. Vivièna strives for a food chain that is as circular as possible, as described in a recent Ellen McArthur Foundation report

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What you eat is important to your health, from early childhood to elderly age

Where your food comes from and how it is packed has significant influence on our climate

The store you buy from largely determines how human and animal beings are treated in the value chain

Not everyone in the world has access to good nutrition, and the risk of shortages is increasing

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