Economists are putting our food shopping under the microscope to establish how our habits have developed since 1960.
Since 2013, a new concept has been associated with healthy eating in French culture: home cooking. We look more closely at this shift in society.
They’re determined, inward looking and super-connected, but what about their relationship with food?
A few conclusions about Parisians and their relationship with their cooking and their kitchen, from the Life at Home report by Ikea
…and not empty your wallet!
Easter is the perfect time to look at our relationship with chocolate, the guilty pleasure that 44% of the French population can’t resist.
The French and their relationship with food in figures.
Fruit-inspired first names may be a popular thing, but apparently they’re not to everyone’s taste.
The latest figures from CREDOC (Research Centre for the Study and Monitoring of Living Standards) show a rising appetite for French products.