25 February 05 March 2023 Ended


2023 Paris International Agricultural Show: talks for the general public, meetings with professionals and a scientific symposium

Prepare your visit to the Show! We can offer themed days, a programme of talks for the general public, a scientific symposium and meetings with professionals throughout the nine days of the event.

Find us in Hall 4, Stand B 160

Full programme

Talks for the general public, meetings for and with professionals, a scientific symposium and much more.

Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 February 2023 – CITRUS FRUITS

👥 Our stand will be full of citrus colours and will present the research conducted on these fruits and their production.

Personalised nutrition
👥 Talk for the general public by Sergio Polakof, INRAE stand

  • 11 am - 12 pm

Disseminating knowledge to society
Talk organised with the French Academy of Agriculture, INRAE stand

  • 3 pm - 4 pm

Monday 27 February 2023 - CHEESE

👥 Come and see how the delicious Salers cheese is made!
The cheeses are made from high quality milk produced by cows reared under optimal conditions.  Learn more about our research in this area at our stand. Cheeses are in the spotlight today, when we will be meeting with our partners from GIS Fromages.

The mysteries of French cheeses
👥Talk for the general public with Françoise Irlinger

GERLE project, from tradition to science
👥Talk for the general public with Isabelle Verdier-Metz

  • 4 pm - 5 pm

New eating habits
Professional meeting, organised with the CNA (National Food Council), INRAE stand

  • 10 am Introduction
  • 11.30 am End

Science-society-policy dialogue: pandemic risk prevention
Organized by Prezode, Hall 6, room 612

  • 10 am - 11.30 am Round table discussion

Throughout the day: renewal of our partnerships with the ONF, IGN, the GIS Fromage and AC Invivo

Tuesday 28 February 2023 – THE MICROBIOTA

The world of microorganisms that populate the gut, our microbiota, is a major health ally. What do we know about it? How can we adopt a diet that favours its good health? Find out more through displays on our stand and a talk.

The gut microbiota
👥 Talk for the general public with Joël Doré, INRAE stand

  • 4 pm - 5 pm

Agriculture and photovoltaics
Professional meeting, organised with ADEME (French Agency for Ecological Transition), INRAE stand.

  • 10am Introduction
  • 12 pm End

How can we achieve sustainable, equitable and inclusive food sovereignty?
Scientific symposium, Hall 1

  • 2 pm Symposium will be opened by Marc Fesneau, Minister of Agriculture and Food Sovereignty
  • 2.10 pm Introduction: Political history of food sovereignty: Sébastien Jean (CNAM)
  • 2.40 pm Concept and modelling of food security and associated stresses
    Louis-Georges Soler and Cécile Détang-Dessendre (INRAE)
  • 3.10 pm  Illustrations of stress points by PhD students
    •    How do households make their food choices in the context of other pressures, and notably energy prices? by Ondine Berland (PSAE) 
    •    Characterisation of recent food transitions and impacts in terms of sustainability, by Joséphine Brunin (UMR CRESS, Paris)
    •    Optimising genetics and nutrition to respond to the diversification of feed resources in pig production systems, by Estelle Janodet (GenPhySE)
    •    Could soil phosphorus availability restrict the production of organic farming in a context of major expansion? by Joséphine Demay (UMR ISPA Bordeaux)
    •    Combining hydroeconomic modelling and participatory processes to evaluate strategies for the transformation of agriculture faced with global change, by Juliette Le Gallo (UMR Innovation)
  • Presentation of two case studies
    -    The Fruits and Vegetables Sovereignty Plan, by Philippe Duclaud, plan leader at the DGPE (General Directorate for Economic and Environmental Performance of Enterprises)
    -    Sovereignty in terms of inputs, by Delphine Guey, President of UNIFA (French Union of Fertilisation Industries)
  • 3.55 pm  Round Table 
    •    Agricultural production: Véronique Fontaine-Heim (CEO Vivescia)
    •    Research: Patrick Caron
    •    Political analysis and the European vision: Dacian Ciolos (European Parliament)
    •    The international view: Ismahane Elouafi, Chief Scientist at the FAO

  • 4.40 pm: Conclusion by Philippe Mauguin, INRAE Chair and CEO

    Citizen debate on accessibility and education in food

  • with OpenagriFood, on TV Agri
    6 pm

Wednesday 1st March 2023 – LEGUMES IN OUR DIET

A source of proteins in our diet and a pillar of agroecology, legumes tick a large number of boxes. To develop their consumption, our scientists are working on developing new recipes and focusing on different levers to enable increases in these crops. Discover and taste them on our stand!

👥 Talk for the general public by Caroline Pénicaud and Pascal Bonnarme, INRAE stand

  • 12.30 am - 13.15 pm

Agroecology and digital: moving from data to information for decision-making
Professional meeting, INRAE stand

  • 10.30 am Introduction
  • 11.30 am End

Animal welfare: revisions to the regulations
Professional meeting, organised with CNR Bien-être Animal (French Reference Centre for Animal Welfare), INRAE stand

  • 2 pm Introduction
  • 4 pm End

Restitution of the 4 per 1 000 study in French overseas territories
Meeting organised by CIRAD with  INRAE and IRD, partners of the study, Hall 1, Espace 2000

  • 2 pm - 5 pm Continuing on from the study conducted in mainland France, the 4 per 1000 study in overseas France focuses on carbon storage in agricultural and forest soils in French overseas territories.  It reviews the current state of knowledge in these regions in order to identify the  technical and political levers which can be used to maintain present stocks and improve soil carbon storage in these regions.

INRAE and GRDF work together to innovate in agricultural and energy transitions
Project pitches and important results obtained in the context of the INRAE-GRDF partnership

  • 4.30 pm  - 6 pm

Thursday 2 March 2023 – FOOD INNOVATION

Innovation is crucial to achieving a healthy and sustainable diet that is accessible to all. You can discover many of these leads during the day on our stand and meetings with professionals.

Change in scale in organic farming
Professional meeting, organised with the FiBL (Research Institute of Organic Agriculture), INRAE stand

  • 10 am Introduction
  • 12 pm End

Innovating for a sustainable agrifood industry
Professional meeting, organised with Carnot Qualiment, INRAE stand

  • 2 pm Introduction
  • 3.30 pm End

Educating for better eating habits
Professional meeting, organised with the CNA (National Food Council), INRAE stand

  • 4 pm Introduction
  • 5.30 pm End

Friday 3 March 2023 – FERMENTED FOODS

Bread, cheese, yoghurt, sauerkraut... many traditional recipes result from fermentation by micro-organisms.  Ferments now offer an exceptional opportunity for innovation that will support transitions towards a safer, healthier and more sustainable diet.

A major challenge: ferments for the future
Professional meeting, INRAE stand

  • 10 am Introduction
  • 11.30 am End

Throughout the day: renewal of our partnerships with the Vegepolys Valley cluster and ANSES (French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety).

Saturday 4 March & Sunday 5 March 2023 - APPLES

The apple in all shapes and sizes
👥 Talk for the general public by Frédéric Carlin, INRAE stand


Roots of tomorrow: a strategy and simulation video game on agroecology, for which INRAE is scientific advisor.

Demonstration, INRAE stand

  • 2 pm - 4 pm