Chef Alain Passard's organic vegetable baskets, delivered each week by bicycle

alain-passard-small.jpgAlain Passard, Chef of the restaurant l'Arpège(*) in Paris, is cooking vegetables produced in his own gardens, located in France. The excess production can be ordered and delivered each week.

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Kering and l'Occitane group will invest 300 millions in 2023 to protect biodiversity

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Kering is teaming up with the L'Occitane group(*) to launch the Climate Fund for Nature, dedicated to financing nature protection; 140 million euros are already committed out of a 300 milion euros target size. The fund, managed by Mirova 100% dedicated to sustainable investing, will be open to new partner companies to support the scaling up of its positive impacts on the ground. 

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100% biodynamically farmed Pauillac Grand Cru Classé

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Jean-François du Pontet who was the King's Grand Ecuyer, became Governor of the Médoc. In 1705, he bought a few acres of land in Pauillac and Canet, to establish a vineyard. In 1855, the Château Pontet-Canet is classified Grand Cru Classé.

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Luxury natural water, drawn from the mountain, above Megève

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The clear water spring spurts at an altitude of 1470m, in the Massif du Mont-Blanc (French Alps). It is drawn and bottled on site, exclusively by gravity, without other processing. The water is pH-neutral, sodium free with a stable composition of minerals and oligo-elements.

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Royal natural cosmetics made from plants of the Potager du Roi in Versailles

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Two pharmacists, the first passionate about history and the second about cosmetics, once decided to revisit the beauty secrets of the Court of Versailles and produce a range of natural cosmetics, made in Versailles.

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Deep ocean sparkling water, from the Pacific

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It is during a scuba diving and because of a defective measuring device, that led the diver all the way down to a dangerous zone, that the deep ocean sparkling source of water has been discovered. 

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Chanel takes inspiration from biomimicry to create an anti-aging cosmetic line

Chanel-n1-small.gifIt is by studying the successive stages of the camellia growth that the maison has developed its skincare line The N°1 de Chanel. The cosmetics contain until 97% of natural ingredients out of which 76% of camellia derivatives and the packaging have been lightened and use sustainable raw materials.

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