The sustainable food offer in Paris in 2021

The sustainable food offer in Paris in 2021 © Apur

Carried out in the context of the study updating information on the supply of sustainable food in Paris, this map identifies 375 fixed, sustainable food, retail points (grocery shops, chain stores, cooperatives and food halls), the 4 organic markets and the 120 points where one can collect direct sales supplies (AMAP, Ruche qui Dit Oui! and Locavor).

Although the sustainable food offer has continued to grow over the past two decades, the last three years have confirmed this increase, with the number of retail points rising from 245 in 2018 to 375 in 2021. The population is turning more and more towards more local and more healthy food.

With 77% of the population having access to sustainable food (within less than 400m on foot), Paris is quite well supplied for (61% of its totality). However, the geographic  distribution is inconsistant. New outlets are being set up in neighbourhoods which are already well provided for. Areas with a shortage of sustainable food sources, that were identified in 2018 have reduced by 500 ha but remain extensive in the west of Paris (7th, 8th and 16th districts) and in the green belt running alongside the ring-roads Boulevard Périphérique and Boulevard des Maréchaux.


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    The sustainable food offer in Paris in 2021

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