The Red Label is a national sign designating products that, by their production/ manufacturing conditions, have a higher level of quality than other similar products.
The organic farming is a method of production combining best environmental practices, respect for biodiversity, preservation of natural resources and a high level of animal welfare.
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) labels ensure sustainable fisheries and aquaculture.
The Protected Geographical Indication refers to agricultural products and food which characteristics are related to a geographical area in which their production, processing or production takes place.
The Smoked Salmon Charter in France ensures in particular the location on French territory of all the stages of selection, preparation and smoking of the smoked salmon.
The LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) standard ensures the care given by farmers to the production of food. It certifies the product has been subject to an eco-responsible approach.
The ISO 14 001 certification is the international standard for environmental management.
IFS (International Food Standard) and BRC (British Retail Consortium), developed retail stores, have as common bases food safety and continuous improvement.
The ISO 9001 Certification guarantees an efficient organization for the quality of products and services and the satisfaction of customers and stakeholders.
Agriconfiance is a certification dedicated to the agricultural upstream chain, it values the quality of agricultural production and commitment to the environment.
GLOBAL G.A.P is a standard of good agricultural practices (G.A.P) recognized and applicable all over the world.