Marché des Cadeaux Bio et Écolo

The Marché Bio et Ecolo is a small market taking place twice a year in a coworking space. Each times JIMINI'S team set up a stand and organize tastings of their different products. 

So if you want to taste their Paprika Grasshoppers, Garlic & Herbs Mealworms or Smoked onion BBQ don't hesitate to pop over and say hi.  

You can read more about Marché Bio et Écolo right here

WHEN
Saturday, 28 May 2016 at 10:30 AM - 7pm
WHERE
Mutinerie Coworking
29 rue de Meaux
Paris 75019
France
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Raphaëlle Browaeys ·

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