Proposing a food solidarity that allows the poorest to feel "customers" rather than "assisted"
In Le Creusot, the SolidR'Coop association (and its twenty or so volunteers) aims to give the beneficiaries the dignity they deserve because the team considered traditional distribution as stigmatizing. A monthly amount will be allocated to the beneficiaries according to their family composition. They will only have to pay 20% of the prices displayed. For others, the "solidarity buyers", it will be the labeled amount. Indeed, the grocery store also wants to encourage the diversity of the public.
Connecting the inhabitants of a city with the producers and artisans of its region