Bonduelle partner of the National Days of Agriculture: June 18, 19 and 20.
On June 18, 19 and 20, come and meet the Bonduelle Group’s partner farmers
On the occasion of the National Agriculture Days, on June 18, 19 and 20, the Bonduelle Group’s partner farmers are opening their doors to the general public.
On the program, 1 hour of exchanges, in compliance with sanitary conditions, with the farmer and the head of the Bonduelle plain to understand the work of each, the way in which vegetables are grown, harvested and then processed. The opportunity to discover or rediscover the cultivation of vegetables with passionate people.
11 partner farmers of the group (7 in Hauts-de-France and 4 in the South-West) participate in the operation and open their fields to the general public.
Bonduelle intends to inspire the transition to plant-based food to contribute to human well-being and the preservation of the planet.
Participating in this 1st edition of the National Days of Agriculture alongside its partners the Euralis, Maïsadour and Vivadour cooperatives and the producer organizations OplVert and Oplinord was obvious. Without farmers, without their know-how and their daily work, there are no vegetables!
Closely linked to the land since always, Bonduelle wishes to promote sustainable agricultural practices for the planet, society and for people. Thanks to all of its agricultural partners, the group takes care of a considerable heritage every day. These National Days of Agriculture are an opportunity to share it with as many people as possible.
Useful information :
Registration required: click here
Please note: places limited to 20 people per visit
Dates: June 18 / 19 / 20
Where ? : in the Hauts-de-France and the South-West
Bonduelle and agriculture in Hauts-de-France :
1200 farming partners
18,000 hectares cultivated
30 varieties of vegetables
4 production sites
220,000 tonnes of vegetables processed each year
Bonduelle and agriculture in the South West :
400 farmer partners
11,000 hectares cultivated
35 varieties of vegetables
2 production sites
180,000 tonnes of vegetables processed each year