Carrefour saves eggs from being thrown away

Carrefour saves eggs from being thrown away
Every year, 3.5 million eggs are thrown away because inside their box, there is sometimes just one broken egg. To avoid this food waste, Carrefour offers those that are intact in bulk, from these unsellable boxes
 
In hypermarkets and supermarkets, Carrefour has set up "Défi zéro gaspi" display units to hold the eggs in bulk. They are set up by farming type in order to allow customers to make their choice.
 
They can thus reconstitute a box of 6 for only 0,50€. 13,000 boxes have already been sold during the preliminary test carried out in about thirty Carrefour stores.
 

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