• The Estates-General of Food, launched on July 20, 2017, just ended on Dec. 21 in Paris. Over a period of five months, these events were the opportunity for a time of shared reflection and constructive collection among various actors in the food and agriculture industry to find new solutions to agricultural challenges.
  • France released its report outlining data on agricultural signs of quality and origin for the year 2016. Revenue, production volumes, wine exports, the number of products recognized… These data allow to have a global vision of the economic activities of the industries on agricultural products under official labels of quality.
  • Researchers suggest that an important tool in adapting the wine industry to climate change is to take advantage of the diversity of other grape varieties that are less frequently used by winemakers to help the industry adapt to new climates in winemaking regions, by planting less known varieties and by encouraging new practices among producers.
  • From mid-October until the end of November, the Alimenterre Festival is proposing hundreds of events all across France on the theme of “The future is at stake on our plates.”
  • Kintoa ham is an exceptional ham, in the same way that a Grand Cru is for wines. The rearing and processing of this breed of pig is based on an ancestral and natural savoir-faire that allows for a tender and succulent meat that delivers exceptional aromas, based on nuts and grilled spices.