At La Chapelle-sur-Erdre, the Fruit Farm rises from the Ashes

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The fruit farm at La-Chapelle-sue-Erdre that has risen from the ashes

The fire was followed by a year of expertise and a year of work. The store reopened Thursday to the public. With an expanded offering.

March 25, 2014, a deluge of fire fell on the facilities of the fruit farm of La Hautière, located on the slopes of the Gesvres valley. There are more than forty years, Joseph and Jean-Yves Maisonneuve initiate direct sale and open a store open to the public. Strawberry varieties are created there with prestigious sponsors: Japhet N’Doram footballer, singer Pierre Perret or writer-scientist Jean-Marie Pelt.Le shock of the fire is terrible for Benoît and Alexandre Lopes BESSEAS the young farmers who took in 2004 over the Maisonneuve brothers. interim arrangements are then put in place. “But it was still a year of expertise in all kinds and a year of work to restore our working tool . We received the finished site early this week! From today, the store is rouvert.Outre the season of fresh, traditionally grown on the farm, the store welcomes other productions farmers department in the ongoing efforts to promote cultures and farms nearby. Contact . fruit farm the Hautière is open Monday to Thursday from 9 am to 12: 30 pm and 2pm to 7 pm, Friday and Saturday from 9 am to 7pm.

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