Cold cuts, cheese or wine. But also honey, liqueurs and preserves. Artisan produce in the high mountains has countless faces and opportunities.
In the mountains, the creation of artisan produce has always been an essential part of the very existence of the inhabitants. This used to be the only option for local people, and now they are singled out as identifiers or territory. At this round table we will discuss the need to continue artisan produce, and how to put it on the market.