Norway’s grand plans for salmon

“We will be able produce five times more fish by 2050.” In an opulent hotel in the Norwegian city of Trondheim, a representative for the Seafood Federation concludes his presentation on Norway’s almost limitless ambition. (Article in French)Read more →



The return of pickles in France?

The French-Swiss company Reitzel is betting on the resurrection of pickle crops in France, which have nearly disappeared in favor of those in India, by signing contacts with the farmers who work with it. (Article in French)Read more →



In Angers, tomorrow’s seeds pass their entrance exam

‘We are here so that consumers can know what they are eating’. In Anjou, hundreds of seeds, candidates for potential germination, have undergone rigorous review for the last thirty years, from DNA testing to pericarp (outer layer) studies, in order to obtain the right to be sown across all of Europe. (Article in French)Read more →



Iran, honorary guest at the Sommet de l’Élevage

With fleeces, coats and furs already shining under spotlights, the 26th Sommet de l’Élevage kicks off Wednesday near Clermont-Ferrand. This international livestock breeding expo showcases the jewels of French livestock and animal genetics to buyers from all over the world. (Article in French)Read more →