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LAVENDER FROM ABOVE: A TRUE BEAUTY

Lavender is at the heart of the L’OCCITANE heritage. Since 1976, L’OCCITANE is committed to the promotion and preservation of this symbolic ingredient of Provence.
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AN AMBITIOUS RESEARH PROGRAM

To find ecological solutions to protect Lavender from climate changes and cicadelle insect (leafhoppers) challenges, L’OCCITANE has already contributed 125,000€ to an endowment fund created by the CRIEPPAM (a research centre for testing fragrant, aromatic and medicinal plants).
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WHAT IS AOP LAVENDER?

La Haute Provence lavender grows to more than 800 meters above sea level on a limited geographical area.
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WHAT IS THE LAVENDER FUND?

Interview with Olivier Baussan, L'OCCITANE en Provence Founder.
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WHAT ARE THE SOLUTIONS TO PRESERVE LAVENDER?

Interview with Eric Chaisse, CRIEPPAM Director.
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LAVENDER SEEN BY A PRODUCER

Interview with Bernard Granet, Lavender producer.
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L'OCCITANE CARES ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT

L’OCCITANE strives to limit the environmental impacts of its activities during the various stage of its products.
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SUPPLY OF OUR INGREDIENTS

L’OCCITANE takes a committed approach to the supply of its ingredients and forges long-term partnerships with high added value, built on trust and respect.
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* Countries participating: China, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Norway, Poland, Singapore, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK, USA. Purchase made only on 22nd, April 2015 exclusively on sg.loccitane.com. Total sum for all countries dedicated to the Fund « Sauvegarde du Patrimoine Lavandes en Provence ».