It was 1834 in Villamblard in the heart of the Périgord, where the story of Maison Clovis Reymond began. One of the specialities of this “ancient” distillery is their fruit brandies. (Article in French)
Meet Anne Chavanne, the deputy secretary general for the Federation of Parent Councils for Students in Public Schools (FCPE), whom we asked how the project concerning the education of young eaters towards organic foods is advancing.
While the Guardian announced in its November 11th edition that the head of Deliveroo had doubled his salary between 2015 and 2016, Monday will be the courts turn to declare the status of deliverers, some of whom earn only 4.40 €/hour. (Article in French)
“Fourche et Fourchette”, the book by Camille Labro, received the Savoureuses prize today at the Salon du Livre de Périgueux. It brings together the stories (and recipes) of 26 farmers of today who embody an enthusiastic agriculture. (Article in French)
Fresh salmon coming from conventional channels, whether from Norway or Ireland, is less contaminated than before, while organic varieties are more contaminated, according to a study published today by 60 Millions de Consommateurs. (Article in French)
It surely has not escaped you that cookbooks seem to be the cash cow of publishers. And even those for whom a gastronomic calling is frankly not in their DNA have gotten into them. Is it a trend? (Article in French)
Emma Morano will celebrate her 117th birthday in a few days. The secret of her longevity? It may very well be a unique diet that goes against all of the recommendations made by nutritionists. (Article in French)
Dominique Royet is, since February 2015, the new general director of Max Havelaar France. This convinced alternative consumer explained to us why the label Max Havelaar is one step ahead in terms of innovation.
Since its creation in 1985, founded on Coluche’s “little idea”, more than two billion meals have been served and the need continues to persist. The winter campaign starts tomorrow. (Article in French)
Emmanuel Vasseneix is looking to bring solutions to the milk crisis by supporting initiatives, such as those from the consumer brand “C’est Qui le Patron?” (lit., Who’s the Boss?), a project by Nicolas Chabanne, president of Gueules Cassées.