Nantes Food Forum


The Nantes Food Forum: Rethinking our food systems

Two years after the Milan Universal Expo, titled “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”, it is clear that experts are all heading in the same direction: the world has yet to find the solutions needed to feed the 9 billion individuals expected by 2050. The Nantes Food Forum clearly presents its ambitions: to be the leading gathering for all those who are thinking about the food of tomorrow. (Article in French)Read more →



Nantes Food Forum

The first edition of the Nantes Food Forum with be held in Nantes on Pentecost weekend from June 2-5, 2017. This international and interdisciplinary forum with mix reflection with conviviality for all of those thinking about the food of the future. (Article in French)Read more →



48 Hours to wake the sleeping gardner in you

Vegetation is being welcomed in cities, and this is great news! This weekend, amateur gardeners can get into action–in Paris, Nantes, Lille, Toulouse, Montpellier, Strasbourg, and Brussels–thanks to ’48 Hours of Urban Agriculture’, an initiative launched by La Sauge. (Article in French)Read more →

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In Strasbourg, cuisine is a shared experience at the Refugee Food Festival

They are Afghans, Tibetans, or Syrians and they have experienced the worst moments of their lives before arriving in Strasbourg for the second edition of the Refugee Food Festival. Warmth, exchanges, craftsmanship, recognition of the other, acceptance of differences, and integration, here you will see all that the experience of cuisine has to offer. (Article in French)Read more →



The Quality Food Trade Fair: Version XXL

Tomorrow is the opening of SISQA in Toulouse. But this time, with the obligated fusion of regions, this year’s event is an XXL version. It has now Occitania’s largest market with an offering of quality products, emblematic of this newly merged region. (Article in French)Read more →



Périgueux: The cookbook capital

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)Read more →