The supermarket chain will review its copy of 900 recipes of products that do not meet the quality standards of the application Yuka, particularly popular in recent months.
A wind of change is blowing on Intermarché. This Wednesday, September 11, 2019, the president of the French supermarket chain Thierry Cotillard made a strong announcement, confirming that 900 group recipes were going to be modified to have better notes on the application Yuka, especially in vogue they month.
A great victory for “good eating” since Yuka, founded in 2016, now helps more than 8.5 million consumers to buy more daily on the shelves of supermarkets, evaluating the impact of products on health via a color code ranging from green to red (the analysis criteria include, for example, sugar, fat, additives or preservatives, etc.).