(French) Christophe Collini, c’était un sourire franc sous un chapeau d’aventurier. Aussi à l’aise dans les travées du Carreau du temple que sous ses serres de Saint-Péver.
(French) Le Directeur d’Intermarché a été “convoqué” par le Ministre de l’Économie. “Je lui ai dit que ça ne pouvait pas se renouveler, on ne peut pas avoir des scènes comme cela tous les quatre matins en France” On imagine la scène dans le bureau de Bruno Le Maire.
Just as Emmanuel Macron declared to the retail industry this afternoon that ‘if there is no change in the next few weeks of negotiations, we will tell French consumers who is doing what?’, it was discovered that… (Article in French)
Lactalis president Emmanuel Besnier assured Christiane Lambert, president of the FNSEA, that the salmonella crisis would have no impact on farmers under contract with the dairy giant, but could he have said anything else? (Article in French)
Declared by Vladimir Putin in August 2014, the Russian embargo on European food products is set to last at least until the end of 2018. What impact does this have on producers in France? To what extent will French agriculture be affected? (Article in French)
It took no less than a Minister of Agriculture, a Minister of Economy and, finally, the President of the Republic to make it clear that silence would no longer be accepted from Emmanuel Besnier, Chairman and CEO of Lactalis, who seems to think he can make a fool of public health policy. (Article in French)
Lactalis must take back, without exception, all batches of infant milk produced at its salmonella-contaminated Craon (Mayenne) factory, especially in Spain and Greece where cases of contamination have already been discovered. (Article in French)
On Thursday, the French government demanded explanations from mass retailers regarding the sales of Lactalis products, which should have been pulled from shelves over possible salmonella contamination, and severely criticized the group for ‘incompetence’. (Article in French)
Shortages in Venezuela have now hit an essential part of traditional Christmas and New Year’s meals, leaving frustrated citizens with a new holiday chorus: “We want our ham!” Ham has been in short supply, sending people fed up with shortages
The General Assembly on the State of Food concluded on Thursday with the announcement of a law to support producers facing difficulties due to mass retail, and a whole host of projects to implement in the next five years. (Article in French)