The brand continues to promote peasant agriculture by opening six points of sale in Morland Mixité Capitale, between the Seine and the Marais.
Picnic on the banks of the Seine while savoring datterino tomatoes from Sicily, tart apricots from the Pyrénées-Orientales, Prince de Paris ham or English stichelton with bread made from ancient wheat bought nearby: a good summer plan now within reach of basket!
Terroirs d’Avenir, the Parisian brand that has been supplying chefs and the general public with products from peasant agriculture and sustainable fishing since 2008 via a network of shops located in five districts, has just opened an ambitious market in on the edge of the Marais and the Bastille, in the Morland Mixité Capitale building.
The project dates back to 2016, when the Emerige group won, with the architect David Chipperfield, one of the calls for municipal projects of Réinventer Paris: the rehabilitation of the former concrete prefecture into a green complex of housing, offices, hotel, youth hostel, restaurants, crèche, swimming pool, art gallery and shops. “At the time, we only had the…