- A Cooperative and a Group
- Working for agricultural progress
- Acting responsibly
Limagrain: A diversity of cultivated plant species throughout the world
Throughout the world, farmers grow vegetables and cereals to meet the food needs of their contemporaries. These needs differ from one region to the next and are closely related to each person’s culinary habits.
Limagrain, progress as a source of solutions
By 2050 the world population is expected to reach 10 billion inhabitants. At the same time and to meet this growth in population, agriculture will need to increase its production by more than 60% while focusing on quality in a context of increasing resource scarcity and climate change.
Limagrain in Africa: development as close as posible to farmers' expectations
Limagrain has been present in Africa for nearly 15 years. The Group's deployment on this continent is aligned with its purpose: cooperating for the progress of agriculture everywhere, for everyone. Indeed, over this vast territory full of contrasts, Limagrain, in partnership with local players...
Limagrain : local added-value agricultural production
Since its founding, Limagrain has focused on offering its farmer members added-value production so that they can earn a living from their work. From its enclosed region far from ports, Limagrain has been able to establish integrated agri-food chains and chains co-built with other local players.
Water, a common good to manage in order to meet everyone's needs
The reality of climate change has, for a long time, no longer been up for debate. Areas in France such as the county of Puy-de-Dôme are heavily concerned, and the ups and downs of the weather are more frequently hurting the region's life that can be affected both by an excess and a lack of...
Limagrain, taking action for food security
It took the worldwide spread of Covid-19 and the implementation of lockdown measures to limit its spread for citizens to rediscover agriculture's strategic place and the absolute necessity to maintain the food chain and each of its links. The situation we are living through has demonstrated...
Agriculture welcomes you with open arms
The 2020 Agriculture Trade Show, which will close its doors on March 1, 2020, has again been a wonderful opportunity to showcase agriculture in all its diversity and know-how. On a daily basis, farmers and employees in the agriculture segment are working to better respond to the expectations...
Auvergne, Capital of Volcanic Wines
The VINORA trade show will take place from January 30 to February 3, 2020 in Clermont-Ferrand. This initiative invites visitors to discover the wines that come from volcanic terroirs around the world. Puy-de-Dôme wines will be showcased alongside wines from Sicily, Greece, and Spain, and...