The values shared by the Groupe Rocher's brands across all of the Group’s areas of expertise and business in France and abroad, are:

 

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  • Commitment to its causes, because the Group’s difference lies in its status as a family group that commits in the long term.”
  • High standards, because the Group has a duty to create value in a bid to ensure our company's longevity.”
  • Passion, because without passion we wouldn't be where we are today. Without passion, we wouldn't have been able to build a group with such a strong identity, and without passion, we wouldn't be able to keep the flame that burns within us alive.”
  • Respect, because ever since our Group's beginnings, we have been committed to sustainable development, before the concept ever became a buzzword. Caring for the economy, communities and the environment has been close to our hearts from the very start.”

 

Bris Rocher, Chairman & CEO

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These powerful core values are incorporated into employees' general working environments. The Group's culture prioritises collaborative work, trust, taking initiative and responsibility, and recognising merit as well as efficiency and agility.

 

The Groupe Rocher has always believed that economic performance, which is essential for the development and long-term survival of its brands, must serve human aspirations, and in particular good job quality and industrial relations.

 

 

 

Highlights of the Plant World

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The "sugar season" in Quebec refers to the long-awaited harvest of maple water. It begins after the appearance of warmer temperatures and lasts only a few weeks, between mid-March and mid-April.
 

The "sugar season" in Quebec refers to the long-awaited harvest of maple water. It begins after the appearance of warmer temperatures and lasts only a few weeks, between mid-March and mid-April.