Sandrine LE FEUR, Member of the French parliament, farmer, French Parliament, France

Born in Saint-Brieuc in the Côtes-d'Armor, Sandrine Le Feur settled in 2015 as a farmer. With her husband, she owns a 37 hectares farm producing vegetables, fruits cereals, sheep and beef, with organic agriculture methods. En 2013, they set up a producers' store in the center of their town to sell directly to the consumer. Today the store gathers around thirty producers. In 2017, Sandrine Le Feur has been elected as a member of the French Parliament. As a Representative of the 4th constituency of Finistère, she carries on issues such as food, ecological transition and health concerns, particularly within the sustainable development and land use planning Commission. In particular, she is one of the persons responsible for the EGALIM law, adopted in 2018.