Accor Hotels offer their customers healthy and high quality food. They place great importance on the quality of their meat and livestock products by including a piece of high-quality meat on the menu, at a good price and if possible of local origin, the meat do not contain hormones and milk comes from cows raised without growth hormones, and eggs from free range hens reared outdoors.
Trans fatty acids are limited, and where solutions are available, for example, palm oil is replaced with other non hydrogenated fats. They favour processed products that do not contain palm oil in particular for sandwich bread and crisps. The hotel also limit the presence of sugar in the food offered. For example, they work to ensure bread, pastries, and cakes contain lower quantity of glucose-fructose syrup, or even none at all.
During 2016, AccorHotels Australia rolled out the Healthy and Sustainable Food Charter to all hotels. The goal of the Charter is to offer guests a true culinary experience through high-quality, healthy and sustainable food, all the while contributing to the transformation of the agricultural model and fighting against food waste. AccorHotels Australia strives to source the best, freshest, seasonal produce from local markets nationally. Locally, AccorHotels Australia has made the following commitments in line with the Charter.