O ur desire for health and marketing, “organic” has become, in particular in terms of food, a real social phenomenon which now disqualifies what is not “organic”. However, a rational analysis shows that this craze rests on fragile foundations. “All of a sudden, he mounted the step of the tractor and gave me a dozen… Read More Has “organic” made us all mad?
In ten years, products from organic farming have become almost essential in the eyes of French consumers, according to the Agence Bio / CSA barometer. A success which reveals a change in mentalities, but which could have harmful consequences for a flourishing industry. “Green” France is on the move. With almost half a billion euros… Read More The French consume more and more organic, but beware of the shortage
The Minister of Agriculture Stéphane Travert announced that the state will, from 2018, entrust the funding of “maintenance aid” to the regions. Objective: to favor conversions of novice farmers in organic farming. Change of course for “organic” agriculture in France. On the Tech and Bio show held this week in Bourg-les-Valence in the Drôme, the… Read More Organic farming: why the State is withdrawing from aid for maintenance
The inauguration took place this Thursday without advertising and under the watchful eye of a handful of security guards, on the island of Charente-Maritime. The showdown lasted five years, before the fast-food chain finally won its case and a McDonald’s finally opened its doors this Thursday in Dolus, on the island of Oleron, in Charente… Read More The controversial McDonald’s on the island of Oléron has finally opened its doors discreetly
Contraband tobacco is a massive phenomenon in France: 30% of consumption. Beware of smokers who would be tempted to obtain their packages from the first comer: the purchase of cigarettes on the sly is now liable to a fine of 135 euros. It is a decree published on December 20 that created this fourth class… Read More The purchase of cigarettes on the street liable to a fine of 135 euros
The amount of personalized housing assistance will be reassessed every quarter during the implementation of this reform. At the request of the National Family Allowance Fund, the government has decided to postpone the reform of personalized housing assistance to April 1 and no longer to January 1 as planned. “The government has chosen to postpone… Read More APL reform postponed to April 1 by the government
Emmanuel Macron’s anti-pension reform movement overtook that of 1995 on Friday. This Friday, December 27 marks an important symbolic step for the social movement against the pension reform. With this 23rd consecutive strike day at SNCF and RATP, the conflict, which began on December 5, exceeds in duration that of 1995 against Alain Juppé’s pension… Read More Strike against pension reform: conflict exceeds that of 1995
The purchaser of a property has ten days to exercise his right of withdrawal. “I signed a promise of sale to a notary for the purchase of an apartment. Finally, I changed my mind. What is the withdrawal period and am I sure to recover the advance of 5% of the value of the property… Read More Sale of real estate: can I renounce a promise to sell?
More and more companies, craft and industrial, play the card of transparency, in particular to retain the public. Biscuit factory, umbrella factory, automobile factory, shipyards … More and more companies, craft and industrial, are opening their doors to the public. “The arrival in the political debate of economic patriotism and the suspicion around the agro-food… Read More The good vein of corporate tourism
This SME with 25 employees in Morangis (Essonne) welcomes visitors to show its know-how and reassure gourmets about the composition of its products. In the noisy workshop, filled with hundred-year-old machines, a strong worker protected by thick gloves carries the “coming”, this paste of 40 kg of sugar and glucose syrup. He places it on… Read More Company visits: the confectioner Kubli opens its doors to “enhance the teams”