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The wonderful culinary and olfactory heritage of Cambodia, has inspired the Senteurs d’Angkor range of products.
Founded in 1999, Senteurs d’Angkor has succeeded in relying on local resources to develop an original and local craft industry of high quality, maintaining working conditions that are respectful to people. Thus, our staff have good terms of employment and social protection.
The quality and authenticity of our products, along with the refinement and the originality of the packaging, make our line unique and well appreciated, especially as the majority of our raw materials come from Cambodia.
Our products are natural and handmade in our workshop in Siem Reap, Cambodia, and we carefully select all the ingredients, controlling their quality and origin. All products are paraben free, silicon free, colour free, sulfate free and are 100% natural. No animal testing.
La Plantation is not only a certified Kampot Pepper farm, it is a social and sustainable agritourism project.
Other than the social mission to benefit the families of La Plantation’s farmers, we also look after a Primary school next to the property. We help around a hundred pupils with school supplies and bicycles so that they can get to school.
We have built a new access road for the school and also maintain the school buildings. We financially support the school exclusively for the benefits of the education of our kids. For the best students finishing Primary School, we finance their scholarship in a Private Secondary school in Kampot and daily manage transport and food accommodation for them.
Traditional weavers in Cambodia live mainly in remote villages where weaving skills have been transmitted from generation to generation. Most of them are women. Tendance Khmere is proud to be one of the actors who are willing to keep this tradition alive.
Tendance Khmere is a team work gathering together talented weavers in the villages and experienced tailors in our workshop in Phnom Penh. We create job opportunities to unprivileged persons (30% of our staff in Phnom Penh are disabled persons) and to all people willing to contribute to the success of our project.
We have been working for years to improve the daily life of our employees by providing fair salary, health insurance and comfortable working conditions.
What is important to us it that our employees get job experience and skills that they can rely on in their future.