COnscious of environmental issues, Chauvin Paris' sourcing is increasingly focused on exceptional and seasonal flowers. It also supports the horticultural sector by sourcing mainly from growers and not via resale platforms.
"I am concerned about the traceability of my flowers. Flowers grown in a reasoned way have an incomparable smell and live longer. This is important. "
In Perche, Eric now uses unused flowers from his shops to make a compost ready to enrich his future crops. “It’s a virtuous cycle”.
Floral production must, in my opinion, today have the same production requirements as food production. Now is the time to make a commitment.”
20 years to the day after the creation of Eric Chauvin Un Jour de Fleurs, in October 2020 his brand becomes Chauvin Paris and rethinks its entire production and supply chain in a logic of sustainable development, with sense, heart, body and mind.
Its ambition: from 2021, Chauvin Paris will design its events in compliance with the ISO20121 standard, a responsible management system applied to events and will soon be the holder of the “Eco-responsible florist” label supported by the French National Federation of Florists (FNFF) and Ademe.
At the heart of these commitments :
– respect for the values of the florist’s profession
– responsible purchasing
– rational energy and water consumption
– waste management
– societal and social responsibility of the shops.
More than ever, nature is a priority for Eric Chauvin and Chauvin Paris. Environmental awareness is the cornerstone and creative driving force of the new Chauvin Paris ecosystem.