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Reunion Island Vanilla has officially been recognized as a protected geographic indication: Its application was officially accepted August 27, 2021 by the European Commission, meaning it now has protection and recognition across the European Union. This is the first GI product designation for this French Indian Ocean territory since 2008. Vanilla was first cultivated by […]

Thanks to the French Recovery Plan, 442 local projects working to encourage access to a greater number of fresh and local projects are going to be launched. The financing behind these projects, totaling 12.3 million euros for the first wave, will help start numerous initiatives like putting in place things like solidarity grocery stores or […]

year Original article: https://www.inrae.fr/actualites/jardins-partages-modes-vie-plus-durables Translated by Juliette Paemelaere Several cities are implementing shared gardens within their territories, hoping this will enhance their citizens’ health, while contributing to their overall effort towards sustainable development. Yet, the exact impacts this practice has on gardeners remain unclear. To answer this question, INRAE researchers investigated on shared gardens in […]

On Aug. 30, 2021, as part of a meeting bringing together a panel of startups, financers, and stakeholders, French Minister of Agriculture and Food Julien Denormandie, and Cédric O, State Secretary for the Digital Economy, started a new collective effort to encourage building the French Agri-Tech sector, and to support innovation in the service of […]

Fifty percent of meat consumed in school cafeterias in France is currently imported. The French government has made the supply of fresh, high quality, local foods in institutional catering a priority. Julien Denormandie, French Minister of Agriculture and Food, recently announced new measures to strengthen the quality of food in institutional catering. Inform Knowing the […]

In 2022, France will become the first country in the world to ban the killing of male chicks, alongside Germany which is making a joint commitment along with France to phase out the practice. January 13, 2020, the French and German ministers of agriculture brought together different actors in the egg and poultry production industries, […]

Again this year, the data unveiled by the French Agence Bio, which is in charge of regulating organic products, confirmed the momentum of the organic industry in France, with consumption and production experiencing constant growth. In 2020, despite this strangeness of the year being marked by a pandemic, the large majority of organic industries continued […]

Alpilles wines are produced on a rocky plateau in southern France around the small Alpilles mountain range. This region is among the most picturesque in France and has inspired artists like Cézanne and Van Gogh, and the small town Les Beaux de Provence, located in the area, has been recognized as one of the most […]

As part of the French national strategy for renewing the forest industry, which is part of the national French Recovery Plan, Julien Denormandie, French Minister of Agriculture and Food, and Brigitte Klinkert, Deputy Minister for Economic Inclusion, announced a recruitment call, with goal of meeting the labor needs for the future reforestation work financed by […]

Julien Denomandie, French Minister of Agriculture and Food, announced the opening of a new tool for acquiring agricultural equipment for professionals in the industry of plant proteins. Funded with 20 million euros through the French Recovery Plan, this program is accelerating the implementation of the plant protein strategy and was opened May 17. Launched in […]