Ferments du futur at SIA 2023

Published: Mar 3, 2023 by FME Lab

Grand Défi Ferments du Futur” Day at the agriculture showcase was a great opportunity for experts in the field to come together and discuss their work. One of the highlights of the day was a roundtable discussion on the INRAE stand, which featured the Food Microbial Ecology team.

The discussion was hosted by Kevin Camphuis from Shake Up Factory, who did a great job of keeping the conversation flowing and engaging the audience. The photo showing the Marie from FME team in action as they shared their knowledge with the attendees.

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