Project details
Market study for producers wishing to enhance the valorisation of their organic production


  • Project duration: 2017 - 2017
  • Client: Eau de Paris
  • Country or region: France
  • Department(s):
    Organic food markets
    Market research and marketing consulting
    Supply chains and territories

Project aim:
At the request of BioBourgogne and Eau de Paris ECOZEPT assisted a group of producers, the Economic and environmental interest group (GIEE) Agribio Vanne and Othe in Burgundy, in order to make effective use of the organic field crop and organic oil and protein seed crop which contribute to the preservation of the water quality of drinking water protection area. The group wished to find collective solutions for the sorting, processing and marketing of these products.

Activities of ECOZEPT:
ECOZEPT carried out a market study, identifying potential customers and selecting the products to be developed and the investments to be made (selection of sorting and processing equipment). At the heart of the project: organic lentils, a key crop in the rotations of organic farming for which at the end of the project, a market in Paris, in the region and beyond has beend found.

Eau de Paris

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