Made in France at the Élysée
The “Made in France” exhibition brought together at the Élysée (official residence of the President of the French Republic), on January 18 and 19, 2020, 120 French products, previously selected by a selection committee made up of the Secretary of State to the Minister of the Economy and Finances and 10 recognized players in the promotion of Made in France.
French innovation is so rich in creativity and know-how in all the departments of metropolitan France and overseas that a choice was made for this first exhibition. This choice covers a whole range of products which concern all fields, from the oldest craftsmanship to new technologies which improve existing or innovate.
Small and large companies are joined side by side with unequal means of development. Industrial products which already have access to international markets, others which no doubt would like to develop outside France. Beyond the economic side, let us hope that the desire for expansion does not come at the expense of what is now desired and necessary: sustainable development, with natural or non-aggressive products for man and nature, which improve our daily lives but which are compatible with the imperative protection of living heritage.
We have selected, below, the organic and eco-responsible products of this exhibition.
Biodegradable trays by Sorepack (51 – Marne)
Responsible toothbrush with interchangeable head “Edith” by Bioseptyl (60 – Oise)
Just What U Need natural cosmetics by Groupe RYS (971 – Guadeloupe)
Organic Roquefort cheese (12 – Aveyron)
Jeans 103 SuperDenimFlex Indigo by 1083 (26 – Drôme)
Traditional wooden toys by Les Jouets du Queyras – L’alpin chez lui (05 – Hautes-Alpes)
Organic Madeleine by SAS Jeannette 1850 (14 – Calvados)
Urban furniture 100% recycled by Urban’Ext (17 – Charente-Maritime)
100% bio-sourced Rilsan® powder for 3D printing by Arkema (92 – Hauts-de-Seine)
Mosquito repellent Neokiz of natural origin by Mascareigne Diffusion (974 – Reunion)
AOC organic rum by Distillerie Neisson (972 – La Martinique)
Traction sail for cargo ships by Nervures (65 – Hautes-Pyrénées)