US maintenance. Poultry: "The consumer must agree to pay the origin France more expensive"

19:05  21 june  2021
19:05  21 june  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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to 66, the Director of the LDC Group, the European Leader of Poultry, will argue his retirement rights, July 1st. After forty years of career, he evokes the stakes of the sector.

On July 1, Gilles Huttepain, 66, will argue retirement rights. The Director of the Pole upstream of the Sarthois LDC Group (Brands The Gauls, Master Coq, Marie ...), European Leader of Poultry , is an emblematic figure of the tricolor poultry die. Interview.

What were the main transformations of the poultry sector in forty years?

In the 1970s, the slogan was green oil. Farmers have been asked to produce cheap, export, to ensure food autonomy. Today, they are asked for the superior quality, the label, the bio. Consumers wonder about production modes after food scandals (dioxin, mad cow ...). It is great, but we must always keep in the background that households devote barely 12% of their budget to feed (8 to 10 € per day and per person) against 50% in 1950.

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The stake of the animal welfare becomes central. What do you think ?

Every human being normally constituted means that animals are well high and do not suffer. Today, the Europe says, "I do not want any more cage hens. very well. Question: Does it leave American and Brazilian ovoproducts continue to return? Europe says, "I want lower densities in chicken farms. Does it require the same barriers to importing countries? If so, no problem. Otherwise, there is a problem.

Why this ditch with some animal protection associations?

Do not let us dictate the law by the

antispicists which have sometimes inapplicable requirements. The farm weather is not the time of the Bobo Show! A breeder invests for fifteen years. Some associations want the death of French breeding, the closure of French companies. L214 never takes a stand on imports from Brazil, Thailand, Ukraine. In France, a family farming of standard poultry is 45,000 places. In Ukraine, we have 1,8 million chicken meat factories!

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Why did France lose its food sovereignty in flesh poultry?

France is the first importing country of poultry in Europe. In 1980, there was very little import. Today, four out of ten chickens consumed in France are imported. When a leader of European state sells cars in South America, it returns with, in its suitcases, contracts of thousands of tons of chickens imported that do not respect the same rules of the game.

How to recover the French market?

it will be long! It is necessary to delete the distortions of competition. The consumer must agree to pay the origin France a little more expensive than the import. It is better to distribute production in the territory to facilitate the acceptability of having a henhouse next to home. Finally, the sector must better organize the market.

That is to say?

Abattoirs must be able, without being sanctioned, to consult around a price for the marketing of the raw meat output from the cutting workshops. The Competition Authority must take into account the specificity of their profession: cut a fillet in nets, thighs and wings. This disassembly makes it very complicated a balanced valorization of the carcass. When an industrialist has a promotion of chicken cutters in a distributor, he sells a lot more nets. What does he do with thighs? He proposes them to another distributor which forces his competitors to lower prices. And the week after, it's the opposite. There is a loss of value that affects the links of the sector.

How do you imagine poultry breeding in 2030?

As part of our nature farmers approach, we are moving to buildings of 1,200 m² and 18,000 seats, with windows, natural light, perches, sting stones, landscape integration, similar dressing. In ten years, we will see more and more conventional chickens coming out by hatches on an outdoor course. The principle: to offer a product of quality respecting animal welfare and accessible in price, without cannibalizing the label.

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