Among the exhibitors of the show Biofoodle, representatives of fair trade and a soap have attracted the curious.
The living room “Biofoodle” attracted many onlookers last weekend at Charleroi Expo, where it was given a facelift. In the aisles more provided than usual and in a more structured way, visitors were able to stroll and discover a variety of original products divided into different categories.
The table to the bathroom, from the food to the care of the body, each sector was represented by craftsmen and producers of quality focusing on the return to the natural.
Among the novelties of this edition, the company Bibol presented its products from the fair trade and made from bamboo. “It is a dish made from strips of bamboo glued together only with the natural resin. Some parts are covered with the shells of eggs of cane. These products are sourced from Vietnam and we are the importer for Belgium”, explains the representative of the company Bibol.
A soap original
A little further on, a soap was specially came to Strasbourg to present its products, for the first time. Various scents pleasant parfumaient this stand of “The ampersand” which has awakened the curiosity of visitors. “In February 2010, I attended a training course in the south-west in of boiler professionals. Then, I trained at the European University of Flavours and Scents and I opened my first savonnerie artisanal”, said Maud Siegel, who is also specialized in the products of dermo-cosmetic natural.
Today, the soap offers seven varieties of soaps surgras certified organic which ensures the origin of each ingredient. “I am in direct contact with a producer of Guinea which provides me with the raw material. My products are naturally rich in glycerin which is a moisturizing agent. To not have Lou(p) is a soap that I have specifically formulated for my daughter, born last year. I wanted to create him a care suited to his fragile skin”, says the soap.
In his laboratory, Maud Siegel has also developed a new range of cosmetics that she has presented to the public, Charleroi-Expo. During the weekend Biofoodle, the specialist explained the manufacture of soap by saponification in the cold, the public was particularly interested.