Setting up a company for the distribution and development of agricultural products from Mené
Brittany is a region known for its agriculture, but today faces new challenges.
As in other locations, the number of farms is decreasing (less than 26% in 10 years on a national scale), with many family farms not finding buyers, favouring the growing concentration of farms.
In addition, conventional intensive agriculture, mostly practised in the territory, is today being questioned increasingly for its negative impacts on the environment (carbon emissions, carbon emissions, etc.) and for its economic model that is running out of steam.
In the heart of Brittany, on the Côtes-d’Armor, Mené stands out because of the ability of its population to get involved in the development of its territory.
GreenFlex supported the combined local authority of Mené with the identification of market expectations in terms of product quality and market potential.
GreenFlex is currently supporting a Mené group of producers in setting up a company for the distribution and development of agricultural products from Mené: