Augier et Fils (Augier & Sons) has been founded on three main values:
- Our love for a fascinating local product: lavender honey from Provence
- Sharing and passing on our savoir-faire
- Responsibility and sustainability
We owe our success to family history and to great encounters between women and men all sharing the same passion for Provence honey.
At Augier et Fils, we want to get closer to online customers. We decide to give a new look to our website and to launch a brand-new Instagram account. Our products are now available for all honey-lovers in France… and around the world!
We launched a new assortment of 6 organic honeys from France. It was presented during an exclusive preview at the Paris Natexpo fair (International trade show for organic products).
Augier et Fils takes part to the SIAL (International food fair business), reasserting its intention to promote Provence honey at an international scale.
Our Label Rouge lavender honey from Provence (PGI) is awarded the bronze medal for fine foods at Le Monde de l’épicerie fine magazine fair in Paris.
Augier et Fils honeys go overseas and start to sell in California.
Philippe Roche takes over the business, sharing his passion for honey with Pierrick Augier, honey master.
Augier et Fils joins the SYMPAS syndicate (Syndicate for Provence and Southern Alps honey) which aims at certifying the quality of products from our terroir.
Pierrick Augier joins the family business. Three generations are now dedicated to produce Provence honey.
Augier et Fils receives the “Prix de la Dynamique Artisanale” (craftsmanship award) from the Chamber of trades and crafts of Vaucluse.
Bernard Augier takes over the family business and extends the distribution of lavender honey. “Les ruchers du Mont Ventoux” (Mont Ventoux’s beekeepers) products are commercialized in local supermarkets.
André Augier increases the number of beehives to reach 1,000 colonies and develops the trade of his products.
Quality becomes Augier et Fils’ priority when they are awarded the first prize of extra fine lavender honey in Paris.
Louis Augier starts his activity as beekeeper in Vaison la Romaine, at the foot of the Mont Ventoux.