Has “organic” made us all mad?

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 punches. I was stuck in the cabin and couldn’t move. … Continue reading Has “organic” made us all mad?

The French consume more and more organic, but beware of the shortage

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 spent compared to the same period in 2016, the appetite … Continue reading The French consume more and more organic, but beware of the shortage

Organic farming: why the State is withdrawing from aid for maintenance

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 Minister of Agriculture and Food Stéphane Travert, this Wednesday, September … Continue reading Organic farming: why the State is withdrawing from aid for maintenance