France
Food - Agriculture

Demain la Terre (“Tomorrow the Earth”)

An inspiring association that aims to bring together and unify various enterprises that are all committed to choosing the sustainable development approach and in particular responsible farming.

An initiative of Association Demain la Terre

Overview of the project

Demain la Terre is a non-profit organization (regarding the French law of 1901) of fresh or processed fruit and vegetable producers, gathered around a common project of sustainable development.

The objective is that Demain la Terre becomes a CSR reference in fruit and vegetable industry.

Demain la Terre, is :

  • A gathering of producers committed to responsible farming
  • A voluntary and controlled approach
  • The guarantee of healthier and less risky produce
  • The strength of a team
  • A network of partners

 

Objective

Producing fresh fruit and vegetables that are healthier and risk-free for all.

Level of progress

implementation

Project timeline

2010

Quantitative results

160 000 tonnes of certified fruit and vegetables.

Qualitative results

To give to the consumer credible evidence of the producers commitment to responsible farming: responsible fruit&veg, healthier and risk-free for all!

About the
organisation

Association Demain la Terre

website
Marc De Nale
Directeur général
contact@demainlaterre.org
33562601903

Demain la Terre is a non-profit organization (regarding the French law of 1901) of fresh or processed fruit and vegetable producers, gathered around a common project of sustainable development.

This organization was created in 2004 with the aim of bringing together companies that want to think, experiment and develop the agriculture of the future, a third way between organic and conventional farming. Based on this shared vision, the Association has established a powerful tool: the Charter “Demain la Terre” which was finalized in late 2010, after three years of work with experts and technicians.

This Charter aims at providing consumers with credible evidence of this commitment, focusing on three priorities: health, taste and respect for the environment. The producers of the organization are striving for the implementation of this Charter as a truly integrated management tool for sustainability. The organization is very careful of the proper application of the Charter.

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A project
in collaboration /div>
  • ADEME

    Research and innovation

  • Ecophyto

    Research and innovation

  • Syndicat National d'Apiculture

    Union

  • Fondation pour la Recherche sur la Biodiversité

    Research and innovation

    website
  • Bon pour le climat

    Non-governmental organisation

    website

Climate Chance

Postal adress
2 rue du Fret, 75018 Paris

Registered adress
21 rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, 75011 Paris

Contact us
association@climate-chance.org

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Conception & réalisation :
Yann Rolland
Thibaut Caroli

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