Genesis of Cueillette Urbaine
How can we make cities more pleasant to live in, a source of well-being for citizens while protecting the planet?
This is the question that led to our first meeting (Paul and Fred), as people passionate about innovation and agriculture.
Like anyone who starts a business, we were driven by a sense of freedom that allowed us to build an innovative and exciting project for our future clients.
The project had to be beneficial to the environment, and urban agriculture had great potential. Many real estate projects were under consideration and the prospects for innovation in urban fruit and vegetable production tools attracted us.
When we discovered urban agriculture, we were amazed and fascinated by the diversity of the ecosystem.
We therefore quickly set ourselves the goal of deploying projects that would be productive, that would clean up the city and that would create social links.
These three values continue to drive the Cueillette Urbaine project.
Sustainable urban agriculture is the solution for a healthier and local food supply that contributes to the depollution of the city and creates social links between citizens.
Right now, Cueillette Urbaine meets 9 of the 17 sustainable development goals of the UN.
Our ambition is to be part of the life of city dwellers by offering them a more pleasant environment by improving their health, their food, their landscape, places of work and meeting.