Stephane’s farm is located in Chaillon, in Meuse 5km from Lake Madine.
The exploited surface is almost 400 acres, of which 50% is in grass, valorized by a herd of 50 mothers of limousine and Angus race in an extensive system which contributes to the protection of the environment and the biodiversity.
Committed to the “values of the park” approach for a year, he is committed to preserving grass surfaces and all the hedges on his farm by raising the animals in respect of animal welfare.read more
All teas and herbal teas distributed by their company since 2007 are hand-made in Lorraine, in their premises located at the gates of the three borders. (Belgian, Luxembourguish and French)
The mixtures are assembled in small quantities.
Packing and labeling are done manually.
The flavors used are of natural or organic origin.
Our constant quest for quality and the attention we give to the choice of our raw materials have only one ideal, that of bringing you pleasure with quality products.
It is an old family farm (5th generation today) that Julien NAUT joined in 2010.
Since late 2014, the SCEA GLORIETTE is managed by Julien NAUT and Aurélie NAUT (brother and sister).
THey have been progressively seeking areas of diversification by expanding their business and growing additional varieties.
They operate 145 hectares and currently devote 15 hectares to producing the grains and oilseeds needed for the diversification workshop.
They use a stone mill and an oil press….
This couple of producers, created in 2013 their own farm market in Bouligny (Meuse, Lorraine), always with the desire of producing following the rhythm of the seasons and to offer their customers healthy and tasty products…read more
Aux Jardins de Candyce is located in Han-sur-Meuse. Sébastien BERTAUX bought the greenhouses and created the EARL AUX JARDINS DE CANDYCE in January 2014. The farm has 6 hectares of land including 2 hectares of greenhouses that will allow them to offer their customers flowers, vegetable replants, strawberries and seasonal vegetables…read more
In 1981, Mr Feyder and Mr Marinelli, a cheese master with roots in Italy, started the Fromagerie de Luxembourg. In the beginning, 300 liters of milk were transformed into Mozzarella every day; today, they consume between 20,000 and 22,000 liters of milk on average per day.
The range of products has widened more and more, even if the recipe has remained the same and it is no secret: raw milk.read more
Try it now as it is a high nutritional value granola for which I apply the principles of living food (low temperature cooking). It is delicately scented with cinnamon and vanilla and slightly sweetened with maple syrup. It is naturally gluten-free made with 100% organic ingredientsg.read more
The Moulin des Moines is built on the site of a mill 13th century founded by the Cistercian monks, in the heart of the countryside and next the Zorn River. The Moulin des Moines was one of the first to process cereals from organic farming in 1970. It is part of a coherent approach to protect the environment: perfectly autonomous, we produce our own energy thanks to the turbine powered by the Zorn River…read more
A la Soupe was created in 2009 on the idea of putting forward a simple product, known worldwide and using the gastronomic experience of a chef with an exceptional career.
In every culture, every family, there is a soup…
Nuddelfabrik, manufacturer of fresh artisanal pasta has been created to meet a demand from increasingly demanding customers on the quality, freshness and traceability of products.
Our pasta are made exclusively from carefully selected raw materials and high quality such as durum wheat flour only, local meat, fresh egg etc….read more
The fruit farm covers some 40 hectares in the heart of the Côtes de Meuse. The production activity (maintenance and harvesting) requires the annual employment of several hundred seasonal workers, especially during the summer period…read more
The arpent vert is a family farm founded by the father Sylvain and now followed by his son Gilles. The arpent vert is organic.read more