What is a Terroir:
A terroir designates a natural region, considered to be homogeneous, through the resources and productions that it is likely to bring, in particular through its agricultural specialization (Farming, breeding).
A land and men: the terroirs result from the exploitation over a long period, by a human society, of part of the potential of a natural space or agro-ecosystems.
The terroir would therefore be a concrete, tangible and mapable space, through multiple factors (geographic: pedology, geology, geomorphology, hydrology, climatology, microclimate, exposure, etc.). But it also has a cultural dimension that directly reflects the human society that operates it and its history. Another of its dimensions relates to the typicality of the environment and its agricultural productions.
When a product is recognized to have a set of special qualities and properties, this shows a high quality level, higher than that of similar products of which it is distinguished because of its production and manufacturing circumstances and, if any, because of its geographical origin.
We have a wide choice of natural products, organic, local, Beldi, Jebli, fair trade, solidarity: Dates, dried figs, honey, oils, couscous, tchicha, seeds, aromatic and medicinal plants.
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