A dish, a plant, a colour at the restaurant La Palme d'Or

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The Chef Christian Sinicropi offers a menu inspired by the life cycle of a tree, favourite theme of the artist Steph Cop. Dishes will be served in the bespoke ceramics, made by Catherine Sinicropi. It is possible to book for eight people at most, between April 7th and June 27th, 2020.

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Bunches of edible flowers to offer or to cook

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Fleurivore creates eatable bunches of flowers, sold with a recipe and a botanical drawing, detailing the edible part of the plant: the flowers are sourced locally and without chemicals.

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Artisanal French bread and vegan cookies made in Paris, for gourmets

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Rodolphe et Yoshimi Landemaine revisit French traditional bakery, by offering breads, baguettes and cakes, eggs, butter, milk and cream free for vegan gourmets. All components are seasonal and purchased locally.

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French-style gastronomic coffee, organic and traceable

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Since 2009, Christophe Servell(1) travels the world to find the best crus of coffee. He searches forest coffees, cultivated in agroforestry, without chemical inputs. Each batch is traceable from the agricultural farm to the cup.

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The Château de Pommard celebrates women committed to making a difference in the world

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The Cuvée Simone is a 0.53 hectare plot of remarkable terroir, available by allocation only. 10% of the annual profits from the sale will be donated to three women committed to making a difference in the world, selected by the Simone Awards Board.

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Fully natural bamboo charcoal to filter water

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Weetulip sells traditionally made bamboo charcoal, to filter ordinary tap water in a 100% natural way. Completely biodegradable, the piece of charcoal can be composted at the end of its life cycle.

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Ephemeral organic winery on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower

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Until April 2020, an ephemeral organic winery is set up on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower where will be vinified the grapes from a wine estate located in the Paris region. The partnership with the Winerie Parisienne aims to revive Paris as the wine capital of the world.

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