Ces grands chefs qui cultivent leurs propres légumes

Ces grands chefs qui cultivent leurs propres légumes

 

« En se dotant d’un potager, de grands chefs français ont remis des goûts oubliés au centre de l’assiette. Cette démarche a chamboulé leur approche de la gastronomie. »

 

De plus en plus de chefs Français produisent leurs propres légumes et ça a changé drastiquement leur approche de la gastronomie.

 

FP : Je me demande si beaucoup de chefs Québécois cultives leurs propres légumes ….  Quelqu’un en sait ?

 

Pour lire l’article complèt : http://www.lefigaro.fr/jardin/2015/09/11/30008-20150911ARTFIG00001-ces-grands-chefs-qui-cultivent-leurs-propres-legumes.php

8th McGill Conference on Global Food Insecurity and Hunger

Current and Future Challenges for Sustainable Food Security

“On October 27th and 28th, 2015, the McGill Institute for Global Food Security will host its 8th McGill Conference on global food insecurity and hunger. The Conference will open on the evening of Tuesday October 27th with a Public Lecture by a leading international dignitary, followed by a day of conference sessions, a poster competition, and a networking cocktail in the evening.”

 

The conference is sponsored by the Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture.

 

From Wikipedia : “Syngenta AG is a global Swiss agribusiness that produces agrochemicals and seeds. As a biotechnology company, it conducts genomic research. It was formed in 2000 by the merger of Novartis Agribusiness and Zeneca Agrochemicals. As of 2014 Syngenta was the world’s largest crop chemical producer, strongest in Europe.”

 

For a complete description of the 2015 conference, to view the programme and / or to register for the conference, go here :

https://www.mcgill.ca/globalfoodsecurity/conference/gfs2015

What is coffee flour® ?

Coffee Flour ®

Coffee flour® is…

 

“…An agricultural innovation with the potential to do some really great things for the world. And we don’t just mean the food world.”

 

From their website :

“Each year the billions of coffee beans that eventually make their way into the Americanos, lattes, and no-foam, extra-hot, triple-shot cappuccinos of the world are harvested by milling and extracting them from the coffee plant. The surrounding fruit, is discarded. It often gets dumped into rivers or left to rot in heaps. So we invented something better to do with it. Something that’s better for everyone.

 

For farmers and families in coffee growing countries, it will create sustainable jobs and a new revenue source for some of the poorest areas of the world. For the environment, it will remove botanical waste from streams and soil, strengthening the land and lives of the people and species there. And for the rest of us, it will add a nutritious and distinctly flavorful ingredient to the global menu.

 

We have a passion for coffee, and for the people, and communities who grow it. So finding a use for that discarded fruit became our purpose. We pioneered a process that converts this coffee byproduct into a nutrient-dense new super-ingredient we call CoffeeFlour® .

 

What we’re most proud of is that we’ve structured our business model so that the positive social, environmental, and economic impacts will be shared by all.

 

*CoffeeFlour® is set for commercial rollout in 2015. Please contact us if you are interested in participating.

Visit their website to learn more :

http://www.coffeeflour.com/#contact

Fruits et légumes « d’apparence drôle » dans les IGA du Québec !

Fruits et légumes drôles

Ils sont drôles, ils sont québécois et ils sont arrivés dans 290 supermarchés IGA!

 

Communiqué de presse de IGA

Montréal, le 12 août 2015 – Les consommateurs les ont réclamés et ils sont arrivés! IGA est fière de proposer dès aujourd’hui ses drôles de fruits et légumes à travers toute la province. Six variétés de produits du Québec exclusivement exposeront leur drôle d’apparence dans tous les supermarchés IGA durant six semaines afin de célébrer la saison des récoltes. Cette opération vise à répondre à la demande de nombreux Québécois désireux de faire des choix responsables en achetant des légumes moins beaux, locaux et tout aussi bons.

 

Lire le communiqué en entier :

https://www.iga.net/fr/salle_de_presse/communiques_2015/ils_sont_droles_ils_sont_quebecois_et_ils_sont_arrives_dans_290_supermarches_iga

 

10 Potent Foods That Kill Pain Fast

10 Potent Foods That Kill Pain Fast

Pain – the chemical signal that tells us something in our body has been damaged – is more often than not, an unwelcome visitor.  For those who experience pain every day due to arthritis, migraines, tendonitis, or other chronic conditions, it may be tempting to turn to chemical pain-relievers to free yourself from the ongoing discomfort.  Before you do, take a look at this list… [read more]

Source: 10 Potent Foods That Kill Pain Fast

Missing Permits Raise Stakes for Escape of AquaBounty’s Genetically Engineered Salmon | Cornucopia Institute

Washington, D.C.—AquaBounty’s experimental production facility of genetically engineered (GE) salmon in Panama is missing multiple legally required permits and inspections, including a wastewater discharge permit, according to an administrative claim filed today in Panama by the environmental group Centro de Incidencia Ambiental de Panama (CIAM).

Missing Permits Raise Stakes for Escape of AquaBounty's Genetically Engineered Salmon | Cornucopia Institute

The Centro de Incidencia Ambiental de Panama complaint comes on the heels of several other reports of major problems at AquaBounty’s Panamanian facility, including the company reporting “lost” GE salmon, which resulted from the region’s notoriously severe weather. The area around AquaBounty’s facility also experiences routine, destructive flooding.

“Once GE salmon escape, there is no retrieving them,” Dana Perls, food and technology campaigner for Friends of the Earth, stated. “It’s clear that consumers don’t want GE salmon, so why are we putting wild salmon and the environment at risk?”

Read the full article here :

http://www.cornucopia.org/2013/11/missing-permits-raise-stakes-escape-aquabountys-genetically-engineered-salmon/

Monsanto’s failed GM Maize pushed into rest of Africa

African Centre for Biosafety, 24 October 2013
http://www.acbio.org.za/index.php/publications/rest-of-africa/447

Today the African Centre for Biosafety (ACB) released a new report,  “Africa bullied to grow defective Bt Maize: the failure of Monsanto’s MON810 maize in South Africa”, showing how Monsanto’s GM maize, which utterly failed in SA, is now being foisted on the rest of the continent, through “sleight of hand”.

 

Monsanto’s failed GM Maize pushed into rest of Africa.

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