In this article of our Made in France section we talk about the interest of buying French.
When we talk about "Made in France", "Fabriqué en France" or "fabrication française", we refer to the notion of the origin of the product. But in fact, why choose to manufacture in France and not elsewhere? Why do we defend the made in France ?
A GUARANTEE OF QUALITY
French quality standards are very strict, which guarantees a certain quality. But it is especially the know-how (especially in the field of leather goods) that is unique and highly qualified in France. It assures you to have the best in the world. We are among those who believe that it is better to buy a very good quality product that will last over time rather than a first price item that will have to be replaced regularly. The consumer is increasingly looking at the raw materials of the components, the manufacturing process.
A NOTION OF LOCALITY
A product made in France will have traveled fewer kilometers before arriving at your home than if it was made abroad. This reduces the final carbon footprint of the good. Making a product in France is therefore more respectful of the environment.
A SUPPORT TO THE FRENCH INDUSTRY
Buying French allows us to promote French companies and to participate in the preservation of jobs. Importing foreign products slows down French industrial activity.
THE RESPECT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
The poor working conditions in developing countries are appalling and condemnable. Working conditions in France are guaranteed and regulated. By buying in France, you are assured that the manufacturing of your product respects human rights.
Moreover, the regulations on the hygienic plan are very strict. The "made in France" guarantees your good health and that of the manufacturer.
Our products at Valet de pique are of French origin, the products are manufactured in Paris in a family factory in the heart of Paris. A factory of French origin, centenary, making tools of the pockets with nail and which manufactured the pallets of the pilots AirFrance. We join French companies such as the Slip Français for textiles, the Parapluie de Cherbourg for high-end products, or cosmetic brands such as Cosmydor, or le petit marseillais, manufacturer of soaps.