Our Vocation

The cereal Innovation Cluster
We contribute to the sustainable development of cereals.

The increasing global requirements in cereals is a major challenge. By 2030 the world will have to produce an additional 700 million tons of cereals to meet food, non-food and environmental issues.

A growing global demographics: Cereals account for 70% of the diet. Today we are more than 7 billion people. By 2030, we will be 8.5 billion and more than 9 billion by 2050.

A food requirement: The demand for quality from manufacturers and consumers is growing. The aim is to produce more, but also to offer healthy and safe products.

An emerging renewable carbon economy: By 2030, additional cereal requirements will be added to the growth in food requirements. It will come, for example, from the chemistry of the plant.

A growing global demographics
A food requirement
An emerging renewable carbon economy

Cereals account for 70% of the diet. Today we are more than 7 billion people. By 2030, we will be 8.5 billion and more than 9 billion by 2050.

The demand for quality from manufacturers and consumers is growing. The aim is to produce more, but also to offer healthy and safe products.

D'ici 2030, d'autres besoins en céréales s'ajouteront à la croissance des besoins alimentaires. Ils viendront par exemple de la chimie du végétal.

By 2030, additional cereal requirements will be added to the growth in food requirements. They will come, for example, from the chemistry of the plant.

We participate in the development of the cereal chains.

In this background of very strong growth in world’s cereal requirements, the cereal chains are a lever of competitiveness. Through innovation, our cluster supports the development of these sectors at the territorial and national levels.

Our ambition is threefold to meet basic food needs and raise the challenge of the renewable carbon economy:

Territorial: We contribute to the dynamism, influence and jobs of our territory.

National: We improve the efficiency of production and ensure the competitiveness of our agriculture and cereal chains.

International: To meet the food needs of more than 9 billion people by 2050, while limiting the impact on the environment.

"In a global environment that demands more and better production, the cereal chains are strategic.