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If you are looking around you for the best independent food places that offer sustainable food and work in a short circuit, Finglefood will help you find what you are looking for. This free, simple and graphic app geolocates food players who respect the environment and human relations.

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épicerie yaoya à guéthary © ivan terestchenko

Bettina Moriceau-Maillard had the very good idea of ​​promoting "Seed to Plate" concept by geolocating the actors responsible for sustainable food through an app. Joined by Antoine Restoud, they created Finglefood in 2021, an application and a website that bring together professionals and lovers of good food, sharing their values.

Producers, shops, restaurateurs, the application currently lists nearly two thousand good addresses throughout France and some abroad. In addition to a directory, Finglefood also serves as a social platform where all interested parties can exchange and build relationships; professionals communicate with their partners there, while users can follow the news from their favorite addresses. You can also discover the portrait and recipes of its affiliates. Everyone is free to suggest addresses that the Finglefood team carefully analyzes before referencing them.

Beyond being a practical tool, the essence of Finglefood is to promote an art of (better) living...together! The founders claim their application as militant and collaborative. They are committed to creating a link with the land and those who work it and to make the pleasure of authentic taste accessible to everyone through the free use of their media.


cover - Epicerie Champs Libres, 75012 Paris © finglefood


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