Why is “made in France” so important? We can bring up many reasons such as environmental, ethical, social. But the main thing is the pride of making something in the country where the origins and the history of the product stand.
In these times we travelling is a challenge. As consummers, we have been forced to stay closer to home. They must take in charge everything for their household. Therefore, most of them started asking themselves what criteria to choose when buying for their families. Not only food but also goods. And one of the things that have come into people’s mind is the simple question of: what do I buy and where are the products made. This question about the origin strikes households. But also Chefs and food professionals about their own way of working and providing goods for their restaurants.
It seems for everyone, during this pandemic, buying “responsible”, understanding how, by whom and where things are made, took a deeper meaning.
Revol, proudly manufacturing in France since 1768
Even if the manufacturing process has slightly evolved, and even if the factory has expanded, it is still the same walls, the same town and the same family at the head of the company… The manufacture went through French revolution, two global wars, but also deep changes in the way people eat and cook. And now, the pandemic has affected the way we live and sanitary restrictions impact all of us.
Nine generations of the same family have passed on their knowledge and heritage. Products may now look certainly different (even if some remain unchanged such as the lion head soup bowls or the ramekins). The company distributes its products all around the world. But the know-how, the heritage and the values remain unchanged.
The clay and the glazes are made in France. The molds are made in France, and design is also conceived in house. The final product is a pure result of local craftmanship.
Between industrialization and handmade finishes, the factory has been creating unique products with a promise of quality and respect. Respect for the environment and for the local community. And also respect for hygienic measures (as a reminder, that porcelain is a very hygienic material. 100% non-porous, food grade and natural).
“French made” for France but not only
Regarding the hospitality industry, same questions arise about cooking with local ingredients, seasonal vegetables, shortening the menu… More and more Chefs take these questions into consideration to ensure a certain durability and ecological consciousness in their restaurants. When it comes to getting “non-food” products it is also worth asking the question of their origin and the values they carry.
If Revol’s goal is to be present in as many French-tables as possible, international trade cannot be excluded. Chefs will appreciate the quality, the steadiness, the industrialization that ensures a continuity in the made-in-France manufacturing process. Chefs can also rely on the fact that the products are made with those same values of sustainability, craftmanship and quality. Buying French Made is a way to support a local economy, buy less and better and with full knowledge of how the product is made.