To help its customers address the challenges of purchasing power and fight climate change, Carrefour is announcing the following initiatives:
● Private labels placed at the heart of the commercial model; they will represent 40% of food sales in 2026 (vs 33% in 2022)
● Accelerated development of discount store formats: more than 470 Atacadão stores in Brazil in 2026 (+200 vs 2022) and launch of Atacadão in France in autumn 2023
● Increased support for sustainable agriculture with €8bn of sales in 2026 via certified sustainable products (1) (+40% vs 2022)
● Obligation for the Group's top 100 suppliers to adopt a 1.5°C trajectory by 2026, failing which they will be delisted In addition, the Group confirms its e-commerce initiatives and the objective of €10bn in e-commerce GMV by 2026.
In addition, the Group confirms its e-commerce initiatives and the objective of €10bn in e-commerce GMV by 2026.
(1) Organic, Carrefour Quality Lines, agroecology, sustainable fishing (ASC/MSC), sustainable forest sourcing (FSC)