REGA for guests

REGA for guests

What does REGA mean for you as a guest?

As a guest at a REGA restaurant, you can rest assured that the company behind the restaurant is focused on raising its corporate social responsibility profile by focusing on social, environmental and economic sustainability. In REGA, we believe that by raising our CSR profile we can build confidence in the industry, and have happier employees and even more satisfied customers.

The members of REGA assure you that they are doing what they can to run their business responsibly. So, what does it mean to you as a guest that you walked through the door of a REGA member resturant? It means that the restaurant you are visiting respects human rights, works in a targeted manner to protect the environment and focuses on anti-corruption.

A process towards improvement

REGA is a pioneer project, initially being carried out by 14 participating companies. REGA creates a best practice model that clarifies both how the restaurant industry can best operate responsible and sustainable businesses, and how the industry as whole can collaborate on a joint initiative with corporate social responsibility in focus.

Work on social responsibility is a continuous process of improvement. Companies will not only vote on the agenda for a short-term period, they will also establish a management system that ensures long-term social, environmental and economic sustainability. For a period of two years up to 2020, REGA companies help create a solid foundation for a quality boost in the industry’s work with CSR, resulting in an even more focused and systematic way of working in the industry than hitherto.

Member companies will, together with REGA, lead the way in educating others on how the industry can share experiences of working with social, environmental and economic sustainability. After the two years, REGA shall continue and many of the small businesses will be able to draw on learned experiences.

A process towards improvement

REGA is a pioneer project, initially being carried out by 14 participating companies. REGA creates a best practice model that clarifies both how the restaurant industry can best operate responsible and sustainable businesses, and how the industry as whole can collaborate on a joint initiative with corporate social responsibility in focus.

Work on social responsibility is a continuous process of improvement. Companies will not only vote on the agenda for a short-term period, they will also establish a management system that ensures long-term social, environmental and economic sustainability. For a period of two years up to 2020, REGA companies help create a solid foundation for a quality boost in the industry’s work with CSR, resulting in an even more focused and systematic way of working in the industry than hitherto.

Member companies will, together with REGA, lead the way in educating others on how the industry can share experiences of working with social, environmental and economic sustainability. After the two years, REGA shall continue and many of the small businesses will be able to draw on learned experiences.

Human Rights

Corporate social sustainability includes respect for human rights. Read more about what this means for the restaurant industry.

Environment

Environmental sustainability is about reducing our impact on the environment and the climate. Read more about what this means for the restaurant industry.

Anti-corruption

Economic sustainability also includes a focus on fair trade. Read more about what this means for the restaurant industry.