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The mushroom specialist diversifies
The Butet company is one of the oldest wholesalers at Rungis Market. It was already present at Les Halles de Paris before the big move in 1969. This mushroom specialist diversified its outlets in response to the health crisis.
Rungis : herbs, flowers, vegetables and mushrooms at Butet
Mushrooms, vegetables, edible flowers, top-of-the-range, rare, greenhouse and foraged products, which make the beautiful plates of the great chefs of Paris and elsewhere: here are the specialties of the Butet house.
Rungis Market prepares for delivery by drone
Experimental flights of cargo drones have been carried out over the Min de Rungis for several months already. This Wednesday, the wholesale market inaugurated a first corridor of 2 km that links several pavilions.
Decontamination: Rungis Market prepares for the reopening of restaurants
The suppliers of fish, shellfish or vegetables know that deliveries to restaurants will gradually resume. They will not give up overnight their new outlets, individuals or large-scale distribution, which the Covid-19 had forced them to find.
"Unimaginable joy": at Rungis market, the return of restaurant owners brings a wind of optimism
In preparation for the reopening of the terraces on 19 May and the restaurants on 9 June, the sector's professionals are making a comeback at Rungis market in Val-de-Marne. This news comes as a relief to wholesalers, after months of difficulty due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Prosper to discover by Alain Kritchmar, Butet celebrates its 100th anniversary
Giant mushroom omelette yesterday morning at the Rungis market to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Butet company.