Collective for a third route to agriculture
Members of the Collective
Co-founders who are all leaders in their sector
There are four co-founders of the Collective for a third route to agriculture:
Recognised of nutritional and environmental value by the Ministry for Agriculture, the Environment and Health, Bleu-Blanc-Coeur is an association that has been working towards “sustainable health” in food for 20 years now, based on strict farming specifications.
Since 2010, Vignerons Engagés has been the leading CSR and sustainable label dedicated to the world of wine in France. It currently counts 6,000 wine-growers and vineyard employees, invested in a CSR approach from vine to glass. Its specifications are inspected by an independent and internationally-recognised body.
Other members of the Collective
Launched in 2010 in France by Nausicaá - the French National Centre for the Sea - the Mr Goodfish programme raises awareness amongst the general public regarding the importance of sustainable seafood consumption. The programme aims to make consumers actors in preserving sea life, by publishing a seasonal list of seafood products recommended by field experts. The purpose of this approach is to protect fragile seafood stocks, by consuming other more abundant products.