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Promotion Breton onions in London

At the end of November the Etoile du Roy, a replica of the 18th century three-master, departed from the port of Roscoff. The treasures in the hold: the pink onion from Roscoff, and the traditional shallot and pink garlic. The Breton producers, proud to have been able to continue and improve the cultivation of the onion from Roscoff want to make the onion from the past as well known with this sales action. In 1828 namely French farmers, the so-called Onion Johnnies, departed across the channel and sold their product from house to house in Great Britain.
 
Monday 26 November the Etoile du Roy departed from the port of Roscoff in the direction of Jersey and Portsmouth. From 6 to 17 December the ship will be in London, where partners, clients and organisations will be met. Also the ship can be viewed by the public and on board is an exhibition about the history of the Onion Johnnies. On 22 December the Etoile du Roy is expected back in Brittany, in Saint Malo, where the promotions will be continued during the holidays. 
 

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