Rouen: a month after the fire in Lubrizol, agricultural products are back

A month after the fire Lubrizol plant in Rouen (Seine-Maritime), and the restrictions that subsequently hit the farmers in the region, do consumers still have confidence in the products sold in the stalls? In the St. Mark's market, customers are in any case back, some for the first time since the incident at the Seveso factory. “I tell myself that if he is here, it is because he has the right to be there“, says a client about the scoop.

Pascal Prevost has always made it a point of honor to sell his fruits and vegetables, being totally transparent. “We removed everything, and we worked with products from the greenhouse, which are protected“, explains the market gardener.It also shows pedagogy towards its customers, explaining the analyzes carried out on its exploitation.I try to trust because otherwise we do not eat anything. And I make a point of honor to eat local“, explains a regular.

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