Arpège inaugurates its very first short-circuit vegetable garden

Arpège inaugurates its very first short-circuit vegetable garden

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A vegetable garden as a roof at Nestlé France

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À l’s initiativeété Arpège, spécialiséThe company is working in partnership with the startup company Pioneer to create a new space in the catering industry in France, with a total surface area of 2000m2ès pioneer’urban agriculture Under the strawberries, a vegetable garden has été installedé l’été last on the roof of the houseèNestl’s social networké France on a total surface of 2000m2.

Just coming from’êto be inauguratedé, the project thus becomes the first vegetable garden in circuit « ultra short » d’Arpès, since the plants are cultivated in the same wayées in the closest proximityès of the place où they are served. What to guarantee a better quality of life?étasting a variety of dishes every dayés, fresh, healthy and tasty to employeesés of Nestlé.

Près 11,000 plants cultivatedépermaculture safety net

More concretelyèThese are the most important elements of the restaurantès 11,000 plants that are grown thereéand textiles based on the principle of permaculture. Among them, the’tomatoes, peppers, varieties of fruit and vegetables, and so onétés d’s, herbs, and edible flowers, all of which come from a variety of sources’a culture without herbicides or pesticides.

« The employeeséfrom Nestlé dés, which is why the company has developed a variety of formats for the choice of the food to be served’s exception, that’It is rare to find these foods on menus in the public sector », has particularly emphasizedé Gabriel Zora, chef of the restaurant d’company of Nestlé.

A project éalso made possible by the companyété Sous les Fraises

However, if this project could be realized, it would be’is és business has also developed a variety of formats for the submission of declarations to social security bodiesâto the partnership that the’Arpège has nowé with Under the Strawberry, the pioneer in the production of safety netségéedible rates in urban areas.

Backgroundé in 2014, by a former biologist, Yohan Hubert, and an architect, Laure-Line Jacquier, the’s company has in particular dévelopedé a technique of végétalisation réEvolutionary: a membrane made up of a number of different elementséThe material used is sheep’s wool, hemp and recycled textilesé, which allows theés developmentégérate… without using an ounce of soil !

The méThe method is therefore particularly importantèThis type of situation is regulated by laws and standards that should be taken into accountéThis type of situation is regulated by laws and standards that should be taken into accountévegetables à vertical, on roofs or terraces’buildings.

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