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    Cidamos garden

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    Address

    address

    CD 82

    Town

    Fontvieille

    Postal code

    13990

    Website

    http://www.jardinsdecidamos.com/

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    Jardins de Cidamos is a small, family-run farm which produces around sixty different types of vegetable over the course of the year; it follows the principles of local marketing and direct sales, in accordance with the Charter for Small-Scale Agriculture. In 2002, Benoît diversified his output, which had previously been produced for export. He was one of the pioneers of the AMAP (Associations for the Preservation of Small-Scale Agriculture) system in France. This system of direct local distribution between producers and consumers ensures that produce is divided equally between members every week, guaranteeing the receipt of seasonal produce. 80% of produce is still distributed using the AMAP system today. In 2008, his daughter Mathilde joined him, with the idea of further expanding consumer choice; this led to the planting of an orchard, the creation of a henhouse for laying hens and, in 2012, the first processing of some of the vegetables into canned produce, a process they carry out themselves in an approved workshop. It is safe to leave your bikes here while you visit this site, which is close to the aqueducts and the Roman mill. Before or after your visit, Mathilde and Benoît will invite you to taste their aubergine caviar or melon compote (or any other product you fancy) and discover our range of vegetables, all grown with the utmost respect for the soil and the environment. There is also a picnic area available. Jardins de Cidamos is a small, family-run farm which produces around sixty different types of vegetable over the course of the year; it follows the principles of local marketing and direct sales, in accordance with the Charter for Small-Scale Agriculture. In 2002, Benoît diversified his output, which had previously been produced for export. He was one of the pioneers of the AMAP (Associations for the Preservation of Small-Scale Agriculture) system in France. This system of direct local distribution between producers and consumers ensures that produce is divided equally between members every week, guaranteeing the receipt of seasonal produce. 80% of produce is still distributed using the AMAP system today. In 2008, his daughter Mathilde joined him, with the idea of further expanding consumer choice; this led to the planting of an orchard, the creation of a henhouse for laying hens and, in 2012, the first processing of some of the vegetables into canned produce, a process they carry out themselves in an approved workshop. It is safe to leave your bikes here while you visit this site, which is close to the aqueducts and the Roman mill. Before or after your visit, Mathilde and Benoît will invite you to taste their aubergine caviar or melon compote (or any other product you fancy) and discover our range of vegetables, all grown with the utmost respect for the soil and the environment. There is also a picnic area available. Jardins de Cidamos is a small, family-run farm which produces around sixty different types of vegetable over the course of the year; it follows the principles of local marketing and direct sales, in accordance with the Charter for Small-Scale Agriculture. In 2002, Benoît diversified his output, which had previously been produced for export. He was one of the pioneers of the AMAP (Associations for the Preservation of Small-Scale Agriculture) system in France. This system of direct local distribution between producers and consumers ensures that produce is divided equally between members every week, guaranteeing the receipt of seasonal produce. 80% of produce is still distributed using the AMAP system today. In 2008, his daughter Mathilde joined him, with the idea of further expanding consumer choice; this led to the planting of an orchard, the creation of a henhouse for laying hens and, in 2012, the first processing of some of the vegetables into canned produce, a process they carry out themselves in an approved workshop. It is safe to leave your bikes here while you visit this site, which is close to the aqueducts and the Roman mill. Before or after your visit, Mathilde and Benoît will invite you to taste their aubergine caviar or melon compote (or any other product you fancy) and discover our range of vegetables, all grown with the utmost respect for the soil and the environment. There is also a picnic area available. Jardins de Cidamos is a small, family-run farm which produces around sixty different types of vegetable over the course of the year; it follows the principles of local marketing and direct sales, in accordance with the Charter for Small-Scale Agriculture. In 2002, Benoît diversified his output, which had previously been produced for export. He was one of the pioneers of the AMAP (Associations for the Preservation of Small-Scale Agriculture) system in France. This system of direct local distribution between producers and consumers ensures that produce is divided equally between members every week, guaranteeing the receipt of seasonal produce. 80% of produce is still distributed using the AMAP system today. In 2008, his daughter Mathilde joined him, with the idea of further expanding consumer choice; this led to the planting of an orchard, the creation of a henhouse for laying hens and, in 2012, the first processing of some of the vegetables into canned produce, a process they carry out themselves in an approved workshop. It is safe to leave your bikes here while you visit this site, which is close to the aqueducts and the Roman mill. Before or after your visit, Mathilde and Benoît will invite you to taste their aubergine caviar or melon compote (or any other product you fancy) and discover our range of vegetables, all grown with the utmost respect for the soil and the environment. There is also a picnic area available. Jardins de Cidamos is a small, family-run farm which produces around sixty different types of vegetable over the course of the year; it follows the principles of local marketing and direct sales, in accordance with the Charter for Small-Scale Agriculture. In 2002, Benoît diversified his output, which had previously been produced for export. He was one of the pioneers of the AMAP (Associations for the Preservation of Small-Scale Agriculture) system in France. This system of direct local distribution between producers and consumers ensures that produce is divided equally between members every week, guaranteeing the receipt of seasonal produce. 80% of produce is still distributed using the AMAP system today. In 2008, his daughter Mathilde joined him, with the idea of further expanding consumer choice; this led to the planting of an orchard, the creation of a henhouse for laying hens and, in 2012, the first processing of some of the vegetables into canned produce, a process they carry out themselves in an approved workshop. It is safe to leave your bikes here while you visit this site, which is close to the aqueducts and the Roman mill. Before or after your visit, Mathilde and Benoît will invite you to taste their aubergine caviar or melon compote (or any other product you fancy) and discover our range of vegetables, all grown with the utmost respect for the soil and the environment. There is also a picnic area available.


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