Local producers have a bright future ahead of them

Local producers have a bright future ahead of them
Local producers have a bright future ahead of them

Entressenois no longer need to go to Istres to obtain local fruits and vegetables. A producers’ and artisans’ market will be set up in the Grange parking lot every Friday from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. from this week until September 27. Thanks to the support of the City of Istres, which voted for the exemption of parking fees for traders from Istres and Entressen at the municipal council of April 12, and under the leadership of Denis Collado, a well-known arborist in the hamlet, this new weekly market will give pride of place to products from a dozen local agricultural or artisanal operations.

A vision of the sustainable city

François Bernardini, mayor (DVG) of Istres, underlines that “ short sectors are fully part of the sustainable vision that we want to give to the municipality and this market brings together two complementary objectives. On the one hand, promote local agricultural sectors, which must be sustained because they contribute to our food autonomy and, on the other hand, encourage the good nutrition of residents, which is also one of the major causes to which we subscribe “.

Céline Tramontin, Entressen neighborhood assistant, is delighted with this opportunity “ to consume fresh, quality and seasonal products, avoiding intermediaries and transport, to ultimately achieve consumption
reasoned
“. She considers this market as “ the emanation and testimony of an agricultural land rich in know-how “. Didier Tronc, deputy delegate for agriculture and president of Crau hay, welcomes a
beautiful dynamics » for the hamlet.

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