Organic coffee square to bite, like a chocolate

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Founded in 1948(*), the Maison Pralus is an institution in the world of chocolate. Today, it launches the organic coffee square to bite, like a chocolate.

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Recyclable and responsible bridalwear

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Lee Klabin creates sustainable bridalwear, intended to be disassembled into chic dresses, throws and jackets. They are designed with longevity in mind in order to avoid them to be cast away in a box collecting dust the day after.

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Supportive organic cosmetics made with shea butter of Benin

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Karethic  offers a range of cosmetics made with shea butter, moringa, baobab and argan tree of Benin. The brand is organic and cruelty free certified and has been approved Supportive Business with Social Value(*) in 2016.

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An ethnologist takes pictures of the peoples of sub-Saharan Africa

forever-africa-small.jpgEthnologist, psychologist and sociologist, Viviana Vammalle has taken photographs of peoples of sub-Saharan Africa for twelve years. She edits today a book of her personal experiences of rare sensibility and subtlety, published by Ana Maria de La Bruyère, who had launched the Vogue magazine in Spain.

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Guerlain exhibits sculptures in recycled materials until November 14. 2021

Guerlain-art-matiere-small.jpgGuerlain is showing sculptures made of paper, beeswax, plastic, metal, marble or hay in its mansion house located on the Champs Elysees in Paris until November 14th, 2021. The exhibition displayed on two levels merge into the background of the boutique and the spa.

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Elephant's naming ceremony in the Amboseli National Park in Kenya

elephant-Kenya-small.jpgOn October 9th, 2021 will take place the twenty-seven Tembo elephants naming ceremony(*) in the Amboseli National Park in Kenya: godparents will receive an official certificate with the name given to their four-legged godchild and will get privilege access to the game reserve for one year. Naming and adopting a pachyderm costs five thousands dollars. (*) Magical Tembo Naming Festival - Photo © Kenya Tourism Board

Rare, natural and ethic honeys from Madagascar plant species

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Ilanga Nature produces Ecocert-certified honeys in the island of Madagascar. The firm is committed to going with beekeepers and developing long-lasting fair trade partnerships.

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