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Organic food is really taking off in France. Forty-six percent of French people put at least one organic produce in their shopping trolly a month during 2009. With agriculture one of France's leading economic sectors, the stakes are high if organic producers are able to stake an even bigger claim of the market.Duration: 01:35
Ever wanted to quit everything and start over as an organic farmer? It might be easier than you think. For 14 years, a French association has been offering internships to those city dwellers who dream of greener pastures. At their farm in the heart of the Sologne forest, in the Loire Valley, Pierre-Yves Fromonot and his wife teach everything from growing organic crops to understanding the bio business. Duration: 02:47
How to lose weight with real food without counting calories, without portion control, and without even exercise. Eating is something we all have to do for the entirety of our lives, so let's make it a priority, get healthy, and lose weight in the process! We have a health crisis in the United States, one that is dominated by processed foods. We eat fake food or food like substances loaded with chemicals. Yes, France is not immune to this...the fast food market is growing in France (France is McDonald's second most profitable market in the world) but even at fast food sandwich shops, French cook a lot of things on site and all the ingredients, meats, cheeses are carefully chosen. Whenever I am in France, I notice I am eating a little bit of everything, including carbs and desserts and losin...
(3 Jul 2009) SHOTLIST AP Television Correns, France - 7 May 2009 1. Various of Correns village, "1st organic village of France" 2. Preparation of lunch in a primary school canteen 3. Shots of classroom 4. SOUNDBITE (French) Nicole Roullane, School Headmaster: "Initially we had one organic meal per week, but we soon realised that some children came only that day, and some didn't eat at the canteen just for that day, so we have decided to serve 25 percent a day which is organic - so that's a dish a day." 5. Cutaway sample menu. 6. SOUNDBITE (French) Nicole Roullane, School Headmaster: "We would also like this initiative to correspond with reality - we must get organic farmers to produce here, because it is ridiculous to eat organic products which come from the other side ...
Today, organic farming plays an increasingly bigger role on the world’s agricultural stage. In the European Union, the use of organic agricultural land has almost doubled in recent years. Austria, the Czech Republic and Estonia have the highest proportion of organically farmed land in Europe. EU citizens are also increasing their demand for organic products. Europe is the second largest market in the world, worth €22.7 billion. Germans, French and British are the biggest consumers. Organic farming is often seen as a solution to feeding a growing global population and reducing the environmental impact of agriculture. Critics, however, suggest that organic yields are on average 20 to 25% lower than those of conventional farms. More land to produce the same amount of food is needed, re...
While sales of conventionally-produced foods in Germany have stagnated during the economic crisis, organic products are selling well. In Berlin, one of the biggest markets for organic food in Europe, supermarkets, organic food store chains and small greengrocers compete for a slice of the business.
In Europe, the land dedicated to organic farming has grown annually by 400,000 hectares over the past decade.VIDEOGRAPHIC
While big cities like Moscow are giant magnets that attract people from all over Russia, there are many who intentionally move out of town in pursuit of nature and harmony. And, as Prime Time's Lindsay France found out, sustainable living and organic food does not have to come at a high price.
Nowadays, more and more people across Europe, from the UK to Germany, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Sweden, Spain and many more countries are opting to eat like their parents and grandparents did some decades ago. They are choosing to eat organic, ecological, biological or natural foods. In all of these, many people have wondered, is organic food really more healthy, or is it just a trendy lifestyle? However, the big question is, CAN WE REALLY TRUST THE LABELING on Organic foods. Especially when we remember the Horse meat scandal that rocked Europe a short while ago. This project was realized by: Gloria Ilaya, Umut Rahsan and Juan Cabellero Antonio as part of the work for IHECS (Institut des Hautes Etudes des Communications Sociales). Visit our website and sign up as we will be inc...
SHOTLIST : AP TELEVISION NEWS London - recent 1. Various of Christmas tree in Convent Garden US POOL Washington DC - 6 Dec 2006 2. Exterior of US Capitol with Christmas tree lights being turned on AP TELEVISION NEWS Planchez en Morvan, Burgundy - 6 December 2006 3. Various of process of preparing trees for Christmas 4. SOUNDBITE : (French) Frederic Naudet, Christmas tree farmer, president of Natural Christmas trees association "Producers we are more and more concerned about using environmentally friendly growing techniques; the second has to do with the marketing of the product, because our clients demand more and more trees grown with the softest possible impact on the nature". 5. Man chopping down trees in the Parc du Morvan, Burgundy 6. SOUNDBITE : (French) Pa...
At La Capitelle Spirulina Farm in the South of France, Philippe Calamand demonstrates growing, harvesting, dewatering and drying spirulina. With two greenhouse production systems, by 2002 he produced about thirty 100 gram packages per day for four months in the summer. Local demand for Spirulina La Capitelle noodles exceeded capacity. www.algaecompetition.com. (2002).
SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest on NEW WORLD ORDER / PROTESTS / ANONYMOUS / WE THE PEOPLE / UPRISING http://www.youtube.com/EliteNWOAgenda PROTESTING French FARMERS Dump & SPRAY SHIT All Over GOVERNMENT Buildings French farmers, who are known to protest quite a bit, are currently protesting sanctions against Russia that are causing their prices to fall, by staging demonstrations where they dump different kinds of garbage in public. They even threw garbage and apples at the riot police sent in to control the protests, as if they were a bad vaudeville act in an old cartoon. And in one instance, they dumped shit all over a government building. It’s a clear, concise message that one kind of wishes would be carried out on our own representatives in the United States. If you’re fee...
Are organic foods really healthier than non-organic foods? Are they better for animals? Are they better for the environment? Bjorn Lomborg, president of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, explains. Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2ylo1Yt Have you taken the pledge for school choice? Click here! https://www.schoolchoicenow.com Joining PragerU is free! Sign up now to get all our videos as soon as they're released. http://prageru.com/signup Download Pragerpedia on your iPhone or Android! Thousands of sources and facts at your fingertips. iPhone: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsnbG Android: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsS5e Join Prager United to get new swag every quarter, exclusive early access to our videos, and an annual TownHall phone call with Dennis Prager! http://l.prageru.com/2c9n...
Little Elise set out to do a Simple Science Experiment: Growing vines from a sweet potato. But she couldn't understand WHY her potatoes were barren... after a wasted 6 weeks and two potatoes she made a different choice. The results were different, but not astounding. Its not until she went to a farmer's market that her perspective, and life changed. And its what she learned which will hopefully help MANY Households. PLEASE SHARE Bud Nip http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlorpropham Chlorpropham (commercial names: Bud Nip, Taterpex) is a plant growth regulator and herbicide used as a sprout suppressant for grass weeds, alfalfa, lima and snap beans, blueberries, cane berries, carrots, cranberries, ladino clover, garlic, seed grass, onions, spinach, sugar beets, tomatoes, safflower, soybeans,...
(12 Jul 2012) LEADIN: In the heart of the Alps, two French artisans are producing organic single-malt spirit and whisky. They've even built their own distillery to "tap" into the growing trend for environmentally-friendly produce. STORYLINE: Five years ago, Frederic Revol and Jeremy Bricka decided to embark on a new challenge in the world of spirit and whisky production. Combining their knowledge of agronomy and winemaking, the duo decided to build Domaine des Hautes Glaces (DHG), an organic distillery in Saint-Jean-d'Heran, one of the largest organic, agricultural areas in France. Frederic Revol, the co-creator of the distillery, stresses creating this type of organic whisky is not about people's health - but more in the interests of protecting the environment. Frederic...
Chez Sylvie & Fils Organic French Bistro is located at Swift and Clark roads in Sarasota, Florida. Sylvie, the owner and chef, was born in Paris, France, and still speaks with a heavy French accent. Our lunch of croque monsieur (ham and brie cheese) sandwich and goat cheese salad were delicious. We also shared a bowl of delicious hearty split pea soup. French music played in the background during our meal. It was like a mini trip back to France for us.
If you like this guide to vegan produce in Paris, make sure to check out my channel and subscribe for more health in your daily life...✌️ http://bit.ly/2HzRzWz Hi YouTube family! So, here is a highly requested vlog about where I get my vegan and vegetarian produce in Paris, France. These are my favorite spots, genuinely! I shop at these locations all the time, and I really do believe that these are the best french organic supermarkets around. So, here below is your ultimate guide to where to shop vegan in paris: Biocoop : https://www.biocoop.fr/ Greenweez : https://www.greenweez.com/ Bio c' Bon : http://www.bio-c-bon.eu/fr Naturalia : https://bit.ly/2GDymmx Monoprix : https://bit.ly/2GE13js Voilà! I hope that this helps you foodies and health junkies to find exactly what you are looking...
Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN After being used for decades by modern intensive agriculture, pesticides are now showing their limits. In southern Africa, a kind of pesticide-resistant caterpillar is destroying crops and crippling farmers. Independent researchers say pesticides could be dangerous for our planet and our health by causing cancer, modifying our genes or impacting on fertility. French scientists have found that farmers could reduce their pesticide use by 30% and not see the difference. Others go even further by promoting organic farming, as well as new methods, such as agroecology. But could they feed the planet? We take a closer look in this new episode of Down to Earth. Vis...
http://www.bestrussianriverwineries.com - Organic farming techniques are being employed more and more in vineyards throughout the Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast appellations. In this video, Paul Sloan of Small Vines Wines and Viticulture explains the process of organic weed control in the vineyards and why it is beneficial for the resulting wines. Sloan imported special Caval Tractors from France that would fit between the narrow rows which characterize the Small Vines approach to vineyard management, and for pinot noir and chardonnay vineyards in particular. A system used extensively in the Bordeaux and Burgundy regions of France, Sloan and Small Vines utilizes the narrow spacing of vines (4' by 3') that he feels produces pinot noir and chardonnay grapes with excellent bal...
Want to quit your job and become a farmer? That is exactly what all these folks did. Are you thinking about starting a small-scale, urban, hobby farming business or off grid living farm? Get my FREE Private Videos and FREE Ebooks, sign up at http://www.TarrinLupo.com Then this video has what you need to get started. I interviewed 10 small farmers to get their tips on: - organic chicken farming; - goat farming; - cattle farming; - worm farming for profit; - organic vegetable farming; - maple syrup farming; - aquaculture fish farming; - aquaponics; and - urban fruit tree farming. Get inspired. Pick up some quick tips from these veteran small-scale farmers an relax as we take a quick trip into modern organic farming businesses across the United States. 0:58 What is organic farming? 2:4...
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a fall garden tour. In this episode, you will learn how John is growing a large percentage of his fruits and vegetables in his suburban front and back yard organic garden. You will also discover some of the uncommon and unknown crops he is growing and how it has worked for him. Finally you will find out how you can supercharge your plant growth to get yields and grow larger plants than you have ever dreamed.
Washington, D.C., restaurant veterans swap fascinating tales from inside the restaurant industry and explore the rise of celebrity chefs, the push for local and organic food, and the role food plays in human connection. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get More Nat Geo Live: http://bit.ly/MoreNatGeoLive About Nat Geo Live (National Geographic Live): Thought-provoking presentations by today's leading explorers, scientists, and photographers. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scient...
In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Tom Natan, owner of First Vine, an online retail outlet based out of Washington, DC. Tom comes on today to teach us about the various aspects of wine and the agriculture behind growing the grapes for the wine. Tom will share his experience of importing his first wine up through how he assists his customers in pairing their favorite wines with the meals they make at home or order in a restaurant. From there Tom will share with us some of the innovative methods grape growers are using to reach sustainable and organic levels for their grapes. According to Tom, wine making is in essence an agriculture business, and the growing practices used by the grape industry are being copied from our food producing farmers, so that the g...
Want to produce your own milk at home? We show you how you can have a one cow dairy farm on your homestead and milk it once per week to have milk for your personal consumption. This method is more natural and humane because the dairy calf stays with its mother and is only separated from the milking cow for a few hours before the occasional milking. We'll also show you the basic milking and milk processing equipment you will want to have to make for an easier, cleaner job, even on a small scale. Make sure you subscribe to David in France so you don't miss any of our future videos! https://www.youtube.com/c/DavidinFrance?sub_confirmation=1
👉🏻 ATTENTION : This is an ASMR video, please wear headphones / Ceci est une vidéo de relaxation ASMR, mets une paire d'écouteurs. ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ 📷 Follow me on instagram: paris_asmr 🕊 Follow me on twitter: @parisASMR ☑️ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/parisasmr 📧 Send me an e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org 🇫🇷 Dans cette vidéo, je te propose de te détendre au fil des crinkles et du tapping avec des produits ramenés du marché slow cosmétique. Il ne s'agit pas d'un placement de produits mais d'un choix personnel qui vise à te montrer une démarche de soin écologique, simple et ultra efficace. Le label Slow Cosmétique te permet de trouver les meilleurs savonniers français, les meilleures huiles essentielles en prenant conscience de notre terroir, de nos ressources et du savoir fai...
In 2012, the State of California successfully banned foie gras, citing animal welfare and health concerns. Though that ban was just recently overturned, the debate continues to rage on from both sides. In this episode of The Politics of Food, chef and food writer Dave Arnold speaks to the ban's key political players, including the Chairman of the California Democratic Party, to understand how insider politics determines what we can and cannot eat. From a foie gras speakeasy to the world of animal-rights activists, Dave visits both sides of the issue and discovers why there’s so much controversy surrounding this popular delicacy. More MUNCHIES Politics of Food: Cypriot Songbird Massacre - http://bit.ly/POF-Songbird Guantanamo Bay’s Kitchen - http://bit.ly/POF-Guantanamo-Bay An Apple Tha...
The video is available in original language, with English, French or Spanish subtitles. You can display subtitles in your preferred language by selecting them from the drop box menu that appears once you click the button "Settings" on the video. La vidéo est disponible en version originale avec des sous-titres en français, en anglais ou en espagnol. Vous pouvez afficher les sous-titres dans la langue de votre choix en la sélectionnant dans le menu déroulant qui apparaît quand vous cliquez sur le bouton « Settings » de la vidéo. El video está disponible en el idioma original, con subtítulos en español, inglés y francés. Se pueden visualizar subtítulos en el idioma preferido seleccionándolos desde el menú de cuadro desplegable que aparece después de hacer clic en el botón "Configuración" ...
Carl Cade, Regional Vice President of Revolution Foods Southern CA Nearly half of all school age children in California eat fast food on any given day. The co-founders of Revolution Foods believed that all students should have access to healthy, fresh food on a daily basis. Since its inception in 2006, Revolution Foods now delivers 70,000 tasty and healthy meals daily and provides nutrition education to schools and programs across the country. Revolution Foods is unique in that it strives to create positive social impact while minimizing environmental impact. Carl Cade's professional experience includes education reform, real estate development, and finance. Carl holds an AB in Urban Studies and Political Science from Vassar College and an MBA from Harvard University.
A subsidiary of fertilizer giant Scotts Miracle-Gro announced a deal Thursday to acquire General Hydroponics, a homegrown Sonoma County company that has become a major international supplier of liquid nutrients used to grow food, flowers and indoor marijuana. Hawthorne Gardening Co., which was created by Scotts last fall to focus on indoor and urban gardening products, said it was buying Santa Rosa-based General Hydroponics and its sister company in Marysville, Bio-Organic Solutions, which sells organic soils and other gardening supplies under the Vermicrop brand. Financial terms were not disclosed. Plant scientist Larry Brooke, a proponent of medical marijuana, founded General Hydroponics more than 35 years ago in Sebastopol and grew it into a company with worldwide distribution and ma...
Innovative organic farmer Jean-Martin Fortier, author of "The Market Gardener" shares his profitable methods for achieving success growing vegetables on a small plot of land. Learn from the years of experience Jean-Martin and his wife have gone through from the basic beginnings to the advances made over a decade farming their land. Gain the benefits of highly efficient techniques that will jumpstart your small farm/garden operation. The book, "The Market Gardener" elucidates all the important details; startup costs, crop rotations and other vital data needed to emulate Jean-Martin Fortier's cutting edge business model. He brings a level of professionalism, discipline and hope to aspiring farmers and seasoned growers alike.
Fashion, ladybugs, nature, photography art gallery, fine art galleria, health and beauty, medical, wellness, organic lifestyle, laurel sobol, love your world, stop genocide, and more...available in paperback at fine outlets... More books and journals, pretty enough to frame the covers https://www.amazon.com/Laurel-Marie-Sobol/e/B006UYOMAO/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0 Some shark data, some sharks are living ancient animals, that are hundreds of years old. The more you know! samples coming in the future, where only paperbacks are available in full. Love the world you live in, love God. *** This edition is filled with wonderful fine art, photography, wellness tips, fashion ideas, and the world we live in. Information for individuals, families, and business all here. Also inside, sharks, ladybugs, ...
Learn how Curtis farms in his online workshop: http://www.permaculturevoices.com/curtisonline In this presentation you will learn how small scale farming can be used to create a high-income producing farm or improve your current operation. See how profitable urban farming works as farmer Curtis Stone shows you how he assembled a multi-locational urban farm that grossed $20,000 in its first year and $55,000 in it’s second. He’ll describe the design of his farm, equipment used, planting plan and target markets. Though records are not yet kept on how quickly farms can get in and off the ground, Curtis got his farm up and running and generating income in 6 months, which has to be some sort of record. It certainly gives new meaning to the term “fast food”! Curtis Stone is the owner/oper...
October 30, 2014 | Dr. Vandana Shiva discusses how the future of the planet is intimately linked to the future of food, both because everyone must eat and because industrial agriculture has the largest impact on ecosystems and our health. Trained in physics and philosophy, Dr. Vandana Shiva is renowned for her activism against GMOs, globalization, and patents on seeds and traditional foods. She co-founded Navdanya, which promotes seed saving and organic farming and has more than 70,000 farmer-members. She is the recipient of the 1993 Alternative Nobel Peace Prize (the Right Livelihood Award) and has authored several bestselling books.
In the spring of 2008, Utah State University's Student Organic Farm was created to give students hands-on experience in growing and marketing organic produce; selling it at a small on-campus stand. Now the student-run farm operates a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in which university faculty, staff, students and members of the community buy shares into the farm and receive vegetables each week during the growing season. This presentation will focus primarily on the CSA; detailing the vegetable planning process, the interaction between interns and customers, and the goals each season of the CSA. It will also briefly include a history of the farm, a description of our farming techniques in the northern Utah climate including early season production techniques, and an explanati...
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ interviews Jere Gettle, seed collector and founder of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. In this episode John will ask Jere many questions about seeds including what is an heirloom seed? What is a hybrid seed? and What is a GMO seed? and much, much more. In this episode, you will learn the question to the following answers: 01:10 Why did you Start Selling Heirloom Seeds and How old were you? 02:00 What is an Heirloom Seed? 02:52 Is there a minimum age needed to call something an Heirloom? 03:39 Why Grow Heirloom Herbs, Vegetables and Fruits? 04:52 Do you explain where heirloom seeds were grown in your seed catalog? Why is it important? 06:57 What is a Hybrid Seed / Vegetable ? 09:07 Is it true that if you grow a hybrid for 6 generations will the se...