A Cité of Gastronomy will open its doors next to the MIN of Rungis in 2026.
The Union Committee of the Cité of Gastronomy of Paris-Rungis had decided, in January 2021, not to follow up on the first consultation. However, a new call for tenders was launched mid-June, and the deadline to submit applications is set for the end of September.
According to a press release: “The operators are invited to work on more flexible specifications and rethink the project. Stéphanie Daumin, president of the Union and mayor of Chevilly-Larue, claims that the essence of the project has been kept. Given its location near the MIN of Rungis, the Cité of Paris-Rungis will focus on the “ecological dimension and short circuits.”
It is at the heart of a 7-hectare area that the Cité of Gastronomy of Paris-Rungis will open its doors in 2026, with the aim of promoting sustainable diets and responsible gastronomy.
Photo: © Cité de la Gastronomie/ Paris Rungis