We have chosen to remove palm oil from all of our pastry preparations and replace it with a line of shea butter and pure cocoa butter. To protect nature and to say no to intensive farming and deforestation; to protect the monkeys’s habitat since their home is the forest and that today 70% of the tropical forest has disappeared in Indonesia to make way for palm oil plantations. We support the BOS BORNEO ORANGUTAN SURVIVAL foundation.
Our products are made according to traditional recipes by experienced pastry chefs in our premises in Normandy. The products are developed with respect for health in mind: no GMOs, no hydrogenated fats, no azoic colourings, with healthy and unmodified raw materials, giving priority to French and European origins. We are also committed to a CLEAN LABEL approach towards zero additives. With an organic range of pure fruit icing and a line strictly vegan based of coconut milk.
There can’t be any good chocolate without a search of human and environmental fairness. This is why we will soon be making our own chocolate from beans imported directly from the producer. We want to guarantee the origin of our raw materials in order to build a fairer economic model and allow producers to make a decent living from their work. Sourcing is underway, the adventure is open and until we link up with a plantation in Africa or Asia, all of our products will be made with chocolate from Italy and Spain.
“It will never be too late to try to do the right thing as long as there is a tree, a beast or a man on Earth”
unipâtis supports the borneo orangutan survival foundation
savor, you are saving lives!
To support the foundation, we have created a line of TartiLove spreads, we donate 20 cents for each product sold. This paste to spread, which contains no palm oil, no preservatives and no added oil is available in three versions: almond-hazelnut, crunchy almond and hazelnut and almond without sugar. It has been designed with coconut milk to suit any vegan diet. Come and help us support this beautiful project!
actions of borneo
Since 1991, the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation leads the largest primate conservation project, to save, care for and then release the ORANGUTANS on protected islands and forests. This association works on the field and in coordination with the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry, as well as local communities. Since the foundation’s creation, almost 500 orangutans have been rescued and returned to the wild, more than 400 000 hectares of tropical forest are under their care. We invite you to discover all of BOS’s actions directly on their website.
The Orangutan means “man of the forest” in Malay and in fact they have 97% of DNA in common with us humans. It is the only great ape who spends its entire life in the trees, it moves from branches to feed and build its nest. He changes nest every night taking care of preparing a cozy mattress of leaves to protect his bare buttocks because he is the only ape without calluses, his buttocks is his Achilles heel. It is 100% vegetarian and feeds exclusively on fruits and bark, it is the biggest eater of tropical fruits on the planet. The Utan orang is threatened of total extinction within 10 years du to deforestation and poaching.
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