Responsible Fruits and Vegetables in compliance with 'Demain la Terre' Charter®
The fruits and vegetables Tomorrow the Earth are: beetroot of the SARL Cormorèche, onion, shallot, potato of Ferme de la Motte, potato of Ferme de Normandie, small red fruits of Fruits Rouges & Co., potato of Pomliberty, cucumber of Kultive, cherry tomato and bunch of Le Jardin de Rabelais, apple and pear of Le Verge de la Blottière, carrot and leek of Planète Végétal, melon of Val de Sérigny and stone fruits of Saveurs des Clos.
Themes of the 'Demain la Terre' Charter: reduce the use of phytosanitary products & remove all traces of residue, preserve quality & water resources & avoid all pollution, preserve soil quality & avoid all pollution, promote biodiversity & protect pollinating insects, controlling & reducing greenhouse gas emissions, managing the recovery of waste, promoting a sustainable economic relationship with stakeholders, ensuring respect for social issues.
Brand : Charte Demain la Terre®
- Certified Food Product
- Official bodies at national/international level
- Environment and energy
- Crops and plant sector
- Fruit and vegetables
- Fruit and vegetable sector
- Sustainable solutions for the environment
- Sustainable solutions for the farm
- Brands, banners (in support of multi sector)
- Communications collective
- Promotion committee / body
- Jams, stewed fruit, fruit coulis
- Fresh or dried fruits, fruit spirits, fruit cordial
- Fresh or dried vegetables, crystallised vegetables, tinned vegetables
- Jams, stewed fruit, fruit coulis
- Professional Visitor
- General Public
Demain la Terre, for responsible fruits and vegetables, healthier, safer, for everyone!
'Demain la Terre' brings together since 2004 fresh and processed fruit and vegetable producers, all over France, gathered around a common project of sustainable development. These companies of all sizes aim to think, experiment and develop an agriculture of the future, a third way focused on three priorities: health, quality and respect for people and the environment.
It is on this shared vision that the Association has acquired a powerful tool: the 'Demain la Terre' Charter®, finalized at the end of 2010, after 3 years of research, testing and development. This Charter, which is monitored every year, aims to provide consumers with credible proof of this commitment.
The 'Demain la Terre' Charter® aims to provide consumers with credible evidence of producer commitment, focused on three priorities: health, quality and respect for people and the environment.
This Charter revolves around three crucial points: credibility, better description, readability. It is composed of about fifty criteria better-said, objective, precise and measurable. It has been designed taking into account the diversity of cultural practices, so as to be universally applicable.
The Charter is built according to 8 themes related to sustainable development, identified with a concern for quality and also environmental and social responsibility. The minimum basis to be respected is the regulations in force in the different themes (a necessary but not sufficient condition).
The correct application of the different criteria and the level reached for each of them are checked annually by an independent body.
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