Copyright photo : Thierry Houyel


Produce locally

obstacles to the promotion of local products on the territories, namely producers’ diversity and insufficient logistics and infrastructure.
Investing in collective or individual tools to add value to local food products, to process, store, package and market them, will help the region and local producers to increase their skills.

Primary processing workshops such as vegetable processing, relay halls or the use of mobile tools all help to reduce or share production and distribution costs.

Some successful local experiences:


Kleymmings oysters

In the Grebbestad archipelago off the west coast of Sweden, the Klemmings Oysters company handles two types of oyster: the flat European oyster and the

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