REPORTAGE – From a rolling cinema to a dishwasher to period panties, the “Made in France” exhibition offers a wide variety of tricolor productions.
A small wooden doll’s house, pickles, a rolling cinema, table football, period panties, a piece of stairs, flowers, a private plane … visitors to the “Made in France” exhibition this weekend. Installed in the salons of the Élysée Palace in Paris, the second edition of this event, which is sold out, highlights the impressive diversity of French productions.
Through the exhibitions, the 126 exhibits represent as many companies from different industries, from the food industry to cutting-edge technology, including leisure and textiles. All the French departments and territories are represented: we will thus discover the mini dishwasher from Daan Tech for the Vendée, the crude pineapple Manutea Tahiti for the island of Polynesia, Pâté Hénaff for Finistère and a Pyrenex down jacket for The Landes. Among the brands on display, we find in particular the
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