REWE Group Sustainability Report 2019
  • REWE Group
    Sustainability Report 2019

REWE Group promotes more sustainable product ranges, ensures fair dealings with partners and suppliers, acts in an environmentally and climate-conscious way, assumes responsibility for its employees and fosters a sustainable society. This report describes activities undertaken during the past business year and examines future challenges.

At a Glance

Goals and KPIs of REWE Group

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REWE Group Sustainability Report 2019

The report documents the progress that REWE Group made in the implementation of its sustainability strategy in 2019. In the report, REWE Group describes its strategic philosophy about fundamental sustainability issues and highlights the results of its activities with the help of key figures and projects.
The report is based on the standards of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and classifies the key GRI aspects under the four pillars of REWE Group’s sustainability strategy. Using the sorting function, you can arrange the aspects according to their sequence under the GRI.

External Audit

To ensure quality and credibility, REWE Group engaged PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft to conduct a limited assurance review for select data of this report. The audited sections are identified with this symbol . The audit opinion includes general data about the engagement and the presentation of the review results (see Independent Assurance Report). The input data of the carbon footprint report were reviewed by INFRAS AG and the Austrian Federal Environmental Agency.

Statement by Lionel Souque GRI 102-14

REWE Group Portrait

GRI 102-1 – 102-7, 102-10

Employee Structure

GRI 102-8, 102-41

Supply Chain

GRI 102-9

Risk Management

GRI 102-11

Industry Initiatives and Memberships

GRI 102-12, 102-13

Principles and Guidelines

GRI 102-16

Sustainability Strategy

GRI 102-18 – 102-21

Stakeholder Dialogue

GRI 102-40, 102-42 – 102-44

Materiality Analysis

GRI 102-45 – 102-47, 102-49

Report Profile

GRI 102-48, 102-50 – 102-56

Economic Performance

GRI 201

Compliance

GRI 205, 206, 307, 419

Public Policy

GRI 415

Customer privacy

GRI 418

Green Products

Product-related Risk Analyses

GRI 102-11

Regional Products

GRI 204-1

Raw Materials in Focus – Food

GRI FP1

Raw Materials in Focus – Non-food

GRI FP1

Organic

GRI FP2

PRO PLANET

GRI FP2

Packaging

GRI 301

Biodiversity

GRI 304

Environmental Aspects
in the Supply Chain

GRI 308

Social Aspects in the Supply Chain

GRI 412, 414

Customer Health and
Product Safety

GRI 416

Promoting Sustainable Consumption

GRI 417

Animal Welfare

FP10

Child Labour and
Forced Labour

GRI 408, 409

Livestock Farming Conditions

FP10

Nutrition

FP10

Living wages and income

GRI 414

Water

GRI 303

Energy, Climate and Environment

Materials

GRI 301

Energy

GRI 302

Operational Water Consumption

GRI 303

Climate Protection

GRI 305

Waste

GRI 306

Logistics and Mobility

GRI 307

Green Building

RG 1

Employees

Job and Phases of Life

GRI 401

Labor/Management Relations

GRI 402

Occupational Health and
Safety Management

GRI 403

Training and Education

GRI 404

Diversity and Equal Opportunity

GRI 405

Non-Discrimination

GRI 406

Social Involvement

Projects and Sponsorships

GRI 203

Child Protection

GRI 413

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