Exhibitors: showcase your agricultural services, crops, and regional products at the Agriculture Show. Book your stand to highlight your products and innovations.
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Agricultural services and professions

At the heart of French agriculture!

What route do people take if they want to set up as farmers ? Why and how to make the switch to organic farming? What services are available for getting training and then getting up and running in farming? Getting better organised as producers – by setting up cooperatives, for example.

Throughout the Paris International Agricultural Show, key people and influencers from the world of farming will be in attendance, talking about the agriculture of the future.

A few figures – you will find:

  • AGRI'TECH
  • Environment and energy
  • AGRI'RECRUTE : careers and training area


Exhibiting in the Agricultural Services and Professions section means rubbing shoulders with members of the general public, as well as key players in France's agricultural sector who are taking advantage of their participation to present, showcase and share their expertise and experience.

Your contact:

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Marine Beaudenon
SALES MANAGER
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Crop and plant sectors, gardening and vegetable gardens

Plants are vital!

Come and enjoy a breath of fresh air in the Crops and Plant Sector section!

Plants are omnipresent in our lives. From major crop farming through to gardening, without forgetting fruit farming – the Paris International Agricultural Show will showcase this fine array of production.

The universe is concentrated around 2 poles of attractiveness:

  • LES SUPER METIERS DU VEGETAL with VAL'HOR: an immersion in the heart of the excellence and know-how of the gardener and landscaping professions.
  • AGRI'EXPO, 100% biosourced or almost. An exhibition dedicated to bio-sourced products. In partnership with ADEME, CAMIF and Crédit Agricole, the 2020 edition brought together 50 products from 28 100% French brands on 80m².

A strategic location between Hall 1 which houses "Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Goats" and Hall 3 which houses "Products from regions across France", helping to showcase this sector.

Your contact:

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Agathe Martini
SALES MANAGER
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Products from regions across France and its overseas territories and from the rest of the world

Set sail on a trip across a world of flavours!

Take your taste buds on a journey across France and its regions, and on a quest to discover specialities from all over the world!

This year’s Paris International Agricultural Show will take you on a journey, plunging you into the very best of what the world's agricultures have to offer. From regional products to exotic island flavours, not forgetting specialities from all five continents: a fully-fledged festival of flavours!

Cured meats, ciders, honey and jams, foie gras, vanilla and olive oils are just some of the specialities that visitors to the show can discover.

A few figures – you will find:


3 sectors:

Exhibiting in the section for Products from Regions across France and its Overseas Territories and from the Rest of the World is to embark on a quest alongside visitors in search of this culinary, taste-rich experience.

This can even involve sampling products that have won awards in the General Agricultural Competition at the special restaurant in Hall 4.

Your contacts:

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Agathe Benoit-Escudié
SALES MANAGER
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Agathe Martini
SALES MANAGER
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Livestock production and its sectors

Showcasing French excellence!

Featuring cows, bulls, horses, donkeys, goats, sheep and dogs, the Paris International Agricultural Show is France's largest showcasing of animal with high genetic value.

The flagship section of the Paris International Agricultural Show, Livestock production and its sectors showcases the very best of France's animal sectors, most of which are competing in the prestigious General Agricultural Competition. Visitors can experience a fully immersive experience in these sectors, from start to finish.

A few figures – you will find:

  • 6 competition rings, which will also be drawing visitors in droves, keen to attend the General Agricultural Competition.
  • 5 sectors:
    • Cattle, goats, pigs, sheep
    • Horses
    • Dogs and cats
    • Farmyard animals
    • Animals of the world
  • 1 mascot cow, the star of the 2021 edition will be holding court in Hall 1


Exhibiting in the "livestock production & its sectors" section means linking your image to all the excellence and expertise of the livestock farmers taking part in the prestigious General Agricultural Competition!

Your contact:

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Maxime Cholet
MARKET MANAGER