23 years old, the chocolatier Yvan Chevalier, who grew up in Bain-de-Bretagne, was introduced to the population. "As part of his studies, Yvan Chevalier turned to a BEP pastry at Louis-Guilloux high school in Rennes," began the elected.

The young apprentice follows a one-month internship at Laurent Le Daniel in Rennes. This is where the profession and know-how are transmitted. Yvan Chevalier wishes to continue. To complete his skills, he enrolled in additional training in Nantes. There, he meets the famous chocolate maker Vincent Guerlais, who offers him a job as a worker in his chocolate factory. "At the end of his studies, Yvan Chevalier then joined the house Vincent Guerlais, Franklin Street, Nantes. "

Pastry Chef at 22.

The establishment is a recognized place for the production of pastries, macaroons and other quality chocolate specialties. Yvan quickly rose through the ranks, to be the chief chocolatier today.

The mayor went on to list the different distinctions of the young pastry chef: "Participation in television shows, especially Who will be the next great pastry chef? in 2013, on France 2, world chocolate championship, etc. "

In 2011, he had already won the 1st prize of the Serbotel contest. "At the end of 2018, Yvan Chevalier received the prestigious title of Meilleur Ouvrier de France in the chocolate-confectioner category. At this level of excellence, the products you design are almost more works of art than food."

Yvan Chevalier knew from an early age that he wanted to become a pastry chef, "by dint of making Breton fars with my mother." In response to the mayor who asked him what his future goals were, Yvan Chevalier replied: "I would see myself opening my own shop near Rennes, to keep my roots. A shop where I could work hard, but for me, and share my specialties, like my chocolate treats. " To consume without moderation.