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Entertainment La Laitière is committed

17:05  26 october  2020
17:05  26 october  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

Committed to animals: Jana Ina Zarrella fights for animal shelters in need

 Committed to animals: Jana Ina Zarrella fights for animal shelters in need "Hot Body! Last-minute to a dream body with Jana Ina Zarrella" can be ordered here. Since May you have a new dog by your side with Cici. You adopted the new addition to the family from an animal shelter. What made you do it? Jana Ina Zarrella: It was clear to us that we are an "animal family". Without a dog we are simply not complete.

La Laitière s’engage © La Laitière La Laitière is committed La Laitière Organic yogurts and desserts are not only delicious and tasty. It is also a committed range, made with good 100% French organic milk.

Organic farming meets very precise specifications. The breeders who produce the milk used to make La Laitière Bio yogurts meet all these requirements.

A 100% French milk, with respect for animal well-being

The La Laitière Bio range is the result of the meeting between passionate breeders and La Laitière. The milk collected on these farms is 100% French, and everything is done with respect for animal welfare. La Laitière Bio is committed to farmers for more responsible food. The cows have free access to pastures and are fed mainly with feed from the farm: grass in summer, fodder and cereals in winter. Each animal benefits from a personalized follow-up.

A range committed to tasty products

With its unique know-how, La Laitière transforms this good milk into delicious organic yoghurts and desserts. A tasty range whose taste is preserved thanks to the use of small glass jars. For afternoon tea, breakfast or as a dessert after a good meal, La Laitière Bio yogurts are so delicious that it is difficult to decide between plain yogurt, lemon yogurt or delicious vanilla yogurt. But ultimately, why choose ?!

‘Listening’ and ‘learning’: Lucki details plan to address systemic racism in RCMP .
Lucki said an action plan has been developed to address systemic racism and discrimination within the force."I've been consulting with all kinds of groups, including Indigenous leaders such as the former MMIWG commissioner, Marian Buller, the AFN National Chief, Senator Murray Sinclair, the Native Women's Association of Canada, the Inuit Women's Association," Lucki told members of a standing committee on public safety and national security Monday evening.

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