Lalin meet from tomorrow Friday to Sunday in Galicia certified organic products, at a fair to be held in the Praza da Igrexa born with vocation of continuity, he assured the mayor Rafael Cuíña in the presentation ceremony. Alderman endorsing the municipal commitment to promote the Saturday market, announcing an agreement with Dolphin Espina and tents to provide vendors.
Jose Antonio Fernandez, president of the Regulatory Council of Agriculture Ecolóxica of Galicia (Craega), highlighted the interest of the institution in organizing fairs like the weekend in the main Galician towns, highlighting the strong growth of certified organic farming happened 9,600 hectares of work eight years ago to the current 23,000, with more than 33 million turnover last year. Fernandez stressed the development of this fair one of the Galician municipalities with more rural activity, which managed to preserve despite the growth of other sectors. The fair will feature a total of 17 posts, including one of the City Council itself. They are producers coming from different areas of Galicia, ranging from orchard spirits, coffee, cakes, beef, chestnuts, beer, honey and jams, as well as algae and mushrooms; including local representation will be in charge of estate Bendoiro? vegetables and fruits? and Mel O Carrasco, of Zobra. The fair will open tomorrow at 17.30 with close to 21. There will be at 19 hours a culinary demonstration with Tino Otero de Porto Muiños with dishes with seaweed and organic products that are then tasted. On Saturday the fair will open from 10.30 to 14 and from 17.30 to 21 hours, with workshops for children at midday and 19 hours and tastings all day by exhibitors. Sunday will be from 10.30 to 14 hours, with a workshop at noon to create a green bear. The fair will also have the Noite Branca connection with organized by the AED on Friday, as the municipal car stand that circumvents the business community will be raffled Lalín.