Fighting against pollution requires exceptional ingredients sourced from a pure environment, far from industrial and farming activities. It is in Brittany, but more precisely on the island of Ouessant, 20 km off the Atlantic coast that Ascophyllum nodosum (or Sea Rockweed) finds the best conditions for its development. Ouessant is an island beaten by the winds, where sea temperature remains constant all year long. The island is classified by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve due to its ecosystem and uniqueness. Ascophyllum nodosum (certified organic) can be seen on the rocks during tides and is harvested carefully by hand according to applicable good practices for the protection of the island's ecology!